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29 Jun 2022 7:18
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Another busy weekend for emergency services across Auckland

    Another busy weekend for emergency services across Auckland


    A street in the West Auckland suburb of Glendene has been cordoned off after an incident that's left a person with life threatening injuries.

    Police have also been called to ramraids at a Greenhithe liquor store and an Onehunga jewellery store, and at least two young people have been arrested.

    And investigations are continuing into reports of gunfire in Papakura's Red Hill last night.

    On top of all that, 11 people are facing a raft of charges, after trying to walk over Auckland Harbour Bridge in a protest yesterday.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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