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Immediately after the crash the highway was closed from Omahu Rd to Longlands Rd and traffic was diverted while crews cleared the crash site. Skipper entered no plea and will return to court next month. The fatality was the second death on Hawke's Bay Roads in 2016, following the year's first which was 20 year old Bradley Charles Dobby from Waipukurau who died on January 3, near Waipawa.
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