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A truck driver was recently injured in a serious crash at the intersection of Cross, Glen Osmond, and Portrush roads located at the base of the South Eastern Freeway. The 65-year-old driver from Millicent sustained significant injuries, although they were deemed non-life-threatening. This intersection has a grim history of fatal accidents, with incidents dating back to 2010.

Investigations are currently underway to determine the circumstances surrounding the crash. The road was closed for several hours but has since reopened to traffic with speed restrictions in place. The area has seen previous tragedies, including fatal crashes that have resulted in recommendations for improved safety measures and penalties for non-compliance.

Authorities are working diligently to ensure the safety of motorists at this notorious intersection and to prevent further accidents from occurring in the future. It is crucial for all drivers to exercise caution and adhere to traffic regulations, especially in areas prone to accidents like the one at the base of the South Eastern Freeway.


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Article Title: Truck crash causes traffic delays for Adelaide-bound motorists on South Eastern Freeway
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