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Tuesday 5 April 2022 | Written by Al Williams | Published in Local, National
The scene of the crash on the Back Rd in Takuvaine. SUPPLIED/22040406
The incident was reported in the Takuvaine area about 12 noon on Saturday.
Police reported a car had run into a road side metal
pole and hedging along the Back Rd.
Police spokesman Trevor Pitt said the motorist will
likely appear in court on Thursday charged with refusing an EBA test and
“This will need confirmation once the file is
completed for prosecution.”
Meanwhile, a 76-year-old man who fell of his
motorcycle received a gash on the forehead but was well enough to be discharged
from Rarotonga Hospital by the late afternoon on Saturday.
The incident happened early afternoon on the main road
of upper Tupapa.
Police were informed that the man’s medical condition
brought on a fainting spell and he had lost control of the bike.