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March 3, 2021

Three-car collision on Pacific Highway at Ewingsdale

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The Pacific Highway  ground to a halt earlier today following a three-car accident at the Ewingsdale interchange.

According to Traffic Management Centre traffic the accident happened shortly after 2pm and traffic had to be diverted off via Myocum Road off-ramp while salvage operations were in progress.

A Traffic Management Centre spokesperson said that traffic in the area has now returned to normal.

Echonetdaily understands no-one was seriously injured in the accident.

 


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