Motorway accident delayed traffic

Last updated 09:36 29/11/2012

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An accident on the Johnsonville-Porirua motorway delayed traffic into Wellington this morning.

A nose-to-tail at 8.05am left debris on the southbound lanes of the road near the Grenada Village off-ramp on State Highway 1.

A police spokesman said the scene had been cleared and traffic was moving smoothly by 9.20am.

There were no injuries and tow trucks were expected to clear the road.

Contact Shabnam Dastgheib
Breaking news reporter
Twitter: @shab_d

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