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Deadly crash brings Sydney to a standstill, forcing rescue crews to rush to the scene on foot – Sydney Morning Herald

A deadly two-car collision on the Harbour Bridge brought Sydney to a standstill on Thursday, leaving roads so congested a responding fire crew was forced to leave its truck and run to the crash site with life saving equipment.



Police said the two events were unrelated and the earlier issue with the traffic island on the bridge was “completely rectified” by attending police and Transport Management Centre staff around 6am.
However crash investigators are still examining how the female driver of the Mitsubishi travelled from a southbound lane into a northbound lane in a horror crash, leaving the city in gridlock for hours.
From Edgecliff to Artarmon, Haberfield to Hunters Hill, Sydney stopped as the bridge was shut do…

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