‘Eua Police van lifted out of roadside trees

PHOTO: ‘Eua Police van is lifted upside down out of roadside trees in ‘Ohonua. Photo/Supplied

A police van has to be lifted out of roadside trees in ‘Ohonua, ‘Eua after it ploughed through the ditch and landed upside down few metres away from the road.

A reliable source has told Kaniva News  the van careered across the road and went through the bushes before it turned and lay bottom-up.

The source said the incident happened close to a convent at ‘Eua’s capital ‘Ohonua.

No injuries were reported.

Police Communication and Media Centre in Nuku’alofa did not respond to our request for comment.

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Police van at ‘Ohonua, ‘Eua has to be lifted out of trees at a roadside after it careered across the road and landed upside down few metres away from the road. Photo/Supplied
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‘Eua Police van is lifted upside down after it landed under trees by a roadside at ‘Ohonua. Photo/Supplied

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