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Crash on Osborne sends two to hospital

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Emergency crews at a collision on Osborne Street South which sent two people to hospital and caused southbound traffic to be re-routed for a short time this afternoon.

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Emergency crews at a collision on Osborne Street South which sent two people to hospital and caused southbound traffic to be re-routed for a short time this afternoon. Photo Store

Two people have been taken to hospital following a motor vehicle collision on Osborne Street South, just south of the underpass.

Around 12:30 p.m. police were called to the scene of the collision near the McDonalds on Osborne Street. One person was transported to hospital in unstable condition and the other in stable condition.

Police say the area is now clear and traffic is flowing through.

 

 

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