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By Helena Adeloju

A prime mover truck carrying mulch slid onto the nature strip and rolled over at the Kooweerup/Manks Road roundabout on Friday morning.
The accident happened at about 8.15am.
Both Pakenham police and the CFA were in attendance.
Sergeant Rob Atkinson said the incident “didn’t really” have much impact on traffic because the truck and the mulch spill were off the roadway itself.
“We closed one lane southbound on Kooweerup Road,” Sgt Atkinson said.
It took five hours for the CFA to clear the truck and the mulch it was carrying from the roadside.
Both the driver and his wife, who was travelling with him, were uninjured.

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