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M1 semi-trailor crash sees two road workers injured

Two road workers are seriously injured after a semi-trailer crashed into a worksite on the M1 at New South Wales’ Central Coast

  • Emergency services were called to motorway’s southbound at Kangy Angy
  • Both men suffered serious injuries and were taken to hospital for treatment
  • One is in a serious condition, while the other is described as stable
  • The semi-trailer caught fire but the driver was able to escape uninjured 

Two road workers have been injured after a semi-trailer crashed though road works and hit another two vehicles on the M1. 

Emergency services were called to the motorway’s southbound at Kangy Angy, on the New South Wales’ Central Coast on Tuesday about 3.45am.  

Both men suffered serious injuries and were taken to hospital for treatment. 

A semi-trailer caught fire after crashing though road works and hit another two vehicles on the M1 early Tuesday morning

Southbound lanes of the M1 remain closed after a semi trailer was involved in a fiery collision

Southbound lanes of the M1 remain closed after a semi trailer was involved in a fiery collision

One is in a serious condition, while the other is described as stable. 

The semi-trailer caught fire but the driver was able to escape uninjured. 

The southbound lanes of the M1 remain closed with local diversions in place. For traffic updates please refer to LiveTraffic.com.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.

Two road workers were rushed to hospital. Pictured are emergency services at the scene

Two road workers were rushed to hospital. Pictured are emergency services at the scene

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