UPDATED: Two-car collision closes roads near Mugga Way

Michael Weaver 18 March 2021 1
Police car in traffic

Roads are closed near Mugga Way following a collision this morning. Photo: File.

Update – 11:30 am: The female driver of a vehicle involved in a two-car collision has been taken to hospital in a stable condition following a collision at the intersection of Long Gully Road and Mugga Lane this morning.

ACT Fire and Rescue officers extricated a person from one of two vehicles involved in the accident.

Paramedics from ACT Ambulance Service treated two patients on scene and transported one female to hospital.

The scene has been cleared and all roads and now open.


10:15 am: A serious motor vehicle accident has closed several roads near Mugga Lane in the Woden area this morning.

The two-car collision occurred at about 8:45 am on Thursday (18 March) at the intersection of Long Gully Road and Mugga Lane.

ACT Ambulance Service, ACT Fire and Rescue and ACT Policing are on scene.

There are reports of one person being extracted from one of the vehicles involved in the accident.

Mugga Lane southbound and Long Gully Road eastbound are both closed, causing heavy traffic congestion.

Motorists are urged to avoid the area.


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Capital Retro Capital Retro 10:42 am 18 Mar 21

This is one of the most dangerous intersections in Canberra. It is use daily by hundreds of heavy trucks operating to and from the MLRMC and it is also on the very busy commuter connect road between the Monaro Highway and Erindale Drive. There have been fatal accidents at this location because the 80km speed limit is too high.

Soon there will be many more traffic movements with the establishment of the Southern Memorial Park cemetery and crematorium.

Another ACT government planning disaster in the making.

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