Train delayed after clipping car near Kaikoura

TINA LAW
Last updated 11:42 25/11/2012

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The Coastal Pacific passenger train has been delayed today after clipping a car at north of Kaikoura.

Police inspector Mike Coutler said there were no injuries in the incident, which happened at Half Moon Bay at about 10am.

A KiwiRail spokeswoman said there was no damage to the train, but the Christchurch to Picton passenger train had been delayed for 45 minutes.

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