Lauren Hemens Death – Authorities are investigating after a pedestrian passed away after being struck by a car in Auckland, New Zealand Friday. Lauren Hemens died after she was hit by a vehicle on the busy road Friday, June 9, 2023. Law enforcement agencies were called to the scene on Great South Rd in Ellerslie. According to investigators, the incident happened at approximately 6:53 a.m. Officers arrived at the scene after receiving a collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle.
According to reports, Lauren Hemens was rushed to the Auckland Hospital by responding paramedics. She succumbed to her injuries at the hospital. Great South Rd. was shut down as the Serious Crash Unit has arrive at the scene. Officers requested that drivers stay away from the area. According to St. John, they received word of the incident at 6:57 a.m. and dispatched two ambulances and a quick response vehicle to the scene. Bus services are also expected to be delayed, according to Auckland Transport.
Lauren Hemens Obituary and Funeral Arrangements
Several bus services, according to Auckland Transport, have been affected by the road closures, with missed stops and rerouted routes. For those who have heard the news and know my best friend Lauren Hemens. The Funeral is at 3 pm on Thursday 15th June at Ferry Rd Bell Lamb and Trotter. GREAT SOUTH RD, ELLERSLIE – 7:15 AM – Due to a crash a section of Great South Rd, between Kalmia St and Marei Rd is closed. Expect delays for all traffic, including bus services, through this area until cleared.
Due to an accident on Great South Road, the road will be closed between Kalmai St and Marei Rd. Bus routes 298, 321, and 400 services will be detoured. Bus stops missed for bus services 298, 321: Stops 7625, 7622, 7623, 7620. No stops missed for bus service 400 however expect delays.
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On the southern motorway of Auckland, a vehicle has been blamed for the death of a pedestrian who was struck by the vehicle. According to the police, the collision took at around four in the morning close to the Te Irirangi Overbridge. The victim was pronounced dead at the hospital. As a result of the event, the Southern Motorway was closed for more than four hours until it was finally allowed to reopen. According to St. John, around 3:49 in the morning, two ambulances rushed to the location. In addition, three fire apparatus were present.
The investigation is being conducted by the Serious Crash Unit. In the meantime, despite repeated weather-related closures on Saturday, the Auckland Harbour Bridge continues to be accessible to traffic.
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