Police attended an accident in Tatura on November 14 where two cars collided. No one was injured in the incident.November 26, 2012 2:07pm
Tatura police attended an accident at 9.30am on November 14 involving two vehicles, at the intersection of Tatura/ Undera Rd and Midland Hwy.
Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said a vehicle driven by a 35-year-old man from Coober Pedy, SA was travelling south when it collided with a vehicle travelling west, driven by a 65-year-old Kialla man.
LSC Ingram said both vehicles were towed from the scene and there were no injuries.
‘‘The Coober Pedy man received a penalty notice of $282 for failing to give way,’’ he said.
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