Cars collide in city

AMANDA PARKINSON
Last updated 12:36 22/01/2014
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An Invercargill firefighter inspects the damage to a car involved in a crash this afternoon.

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Emergency services have been called to a two car crash on the corner of Clyde and Forth streets in Invercargill.

Firefighters were called to the scene after midday to prevent any car fires after it appeared one of the cars involved was leaking fluid.

Amublance are attending to one person, from the crash, and it is understood they will be transported to Southland Hospital for observation.

Constable Nick Stanton, of Invercargill police said he believed one car was travelling west in Forth St when the collision happened with the car travelling north in Clyde St.

"It appears like an issue of give way, but investigations are still under way."

 

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