Police call for witnesses to Waiuku crash



Counties Manukau Police are seeking information from the public regarding a fatal crash which occurred on Karioitahi Road in Waiuku.

The dark coloured, small four wheel drive was travelling south in the early hours of August 28, 2015 when it appears the driver has lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a bank. The driver, a male in his 30s died at the scene.
A member of the public saw the car and called emergency services at around 5:25am that morning.
Police would like to speak with anyone who may have come across the crash site or saw the vehicle between 4am and 5am. Anyone with information can contact crash investigator Constable Graham Mako on 09 215 4828.
Information can be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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