Police will fine a driver who caused an accident while trying to avoid traffic congestion on the Cobb Hwy, on Moama’s northern outskirts today.TRENT HORNEMAN April 21, 2014 1:19pm
Police will fine a driver who caused an accident while trying to avoid traffic congestion on the Cobb Hwy, on Moama’s northern outskirts today.
The driver of a silver Nissan Navara dual cab ute tried to make a u-turn from the south-bound lane to the north-bound lane of the Cobb Hwy about 11.50am when it struck a north-bound white Mitsubishi Triton, travelling north.
The impact forced the silver ute to crash into a table drain and roadside fencing.
The white utility was towed from the scene, while the silver utility was driven away.
No-one was injured in the accident, with Moama Police, Echuca Ambulance and Moama Fire Brigade attending.
Police will issue an infringement notice for the driver of the silver ute.
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