Two crashes on central city streets

NICOLE MATHEWSON
Last updated 09:56 21/01/2014

Relevant offers

City Centre

City sculpture uses quake-salvaged wood CBD scene compared with 100 years ago Hospital parking problems 'nothing new' Council to fund homeless shelter Fans pack out pubs for World Cup final Avon site for quake memorial $110k to fix Botanic Gardens tea kiosk River site tipped for quake memorial Memorial hall demolition underway Reality check on Christchurch town hall cost

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. 

Ad Feedback

- The Press

Special offers
Opinion poll

How do you feel about the city's first anchor project, the Avon River Precinct?

Fantastic. It will transform the city

Ambivalent. The city needs more than a river precinct to recover

Not impressed. The design narrows the river

Vote Result

Related story: Vision of city by the water

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content