A multiple vehicle crash on the Auckland's southern motorway brought traffic to a standstill this morning.
A police spokesman said the cars crashed near the Ellerslie Panmure highway interchange around 7.50am.
The spokesman said one car had rolled onto its roof.
A Fire Service spokesman said initial reports were that five cars and a truck were involved.
He said no-one had to be cut from their vehicle and there were no reports of serious injuries.
The police spokesman said the fast lane was blocked but traffic was moving in the other three lanes.
Tow trucks had been called to remove the vehicles.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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