Three injured after four-car crash

NICOLE MATHEWSON
Last updated 11:39 13/09/2013

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Three people have been injured during a four-car crash near Christchurch this morning.

The crash happened on State Highway 1 about 9.50am today, halfway between Dunsandel and Burnham, near the intersection with Norwood and Telegraph roads.

Four people suffered minor injuries in the crash.

A St John spokesman said one person was flown by the Westpac rescue helicopter to Christchurch Hospital, while the other three injured people were taken to hospital by ambulance.

Motorists were warned to expect delays while the road was cleared.

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