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Police seek witnesses to fatal Karaka crash

Caroline Williams Reporter from Papakura Courier

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following a crash where an elderly woman was killed in south Auckland.

Diane Rachael Stephens​, 72, was killed in the two-car collision on Karaka Rd near the Oira Rd intersection in rural Karaka on Monday, October 5.

The Serious Crash Unit is requesting anyone who was travelling along Karaka Rd who witnessed the crash to get in touch by phoning Constable Jeremy Popping on 09 213 9147.

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