Two crashes on central city streets

Last updated 09:56 21/01/2014

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Motorists are being advised to take care after two crashes on busy roads in central Christchurch.

In the first incident, a truck and car collided on Brougham St about 8.15am.

A St John spokesman said no one was injured. The road had since been cleared.

Emergency services were then called to a crash near the intersection of Tuam and Manchester streets about 8.30am.

A St John spokeswoman said one person was taken to Christchurch Hospital with minor injuries. 

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