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Massive road accident reported from Monash Freeway; traffic chaos ahead

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 15-05-2019 14:40 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 14:38 IST
Massive road accident reported from Monash Freeway; traffic chaos ahead
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Two right lanes are closed on the Monash Freeway outbound between EastLink and Stud Road, due to a multi-car collision.

Traffic delays are building rapidly stretching back to Toorak Road with two lanes open and speed set at 40km/h.

People travelling on the route are advised to take the Princes Highway and getting back onto the freeway from Stud Road or Heatherton Road to avoid congestion.



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