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Human Interest - Local
Written by Kristin Edge, The Northern Advocate   
Monday, 13 August 2007

Ngunguru volunteer firefighter Peter Tuhaka, left, and station manager Johnny Moore. Picture/Tania Webb

A driver walked away without serious injury after a car smashed into a bank near the coastal settlement of Ngunguru following a botched passing manoeuvre.

Police, ambulance and Ngunguru volunteer firefighters were called to the crash about two kilometres south of Ngunguru at 11am yesterday. When emergency services arrived the driver, the only person in the car, was out of the car and had a minor seatbelt burn to his neck and a cut finger.

The driver was allegedly overtaking when he lost control in loose metal. Police are investigating.

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