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Bundaberg Police appeal to public regarding Kalkie crash

Traffic police focusing on drug drivers have picked up 35 people for the offence in a 10-day operation.
Traffic police focusing on drug drivers have picked up 35 people for the offence in a 10-day operation.

BUNDABERG Police are appealing to members of the public for assistance in relation to a traffic crash in Kalkie that occurred on January 19.

Police are particularly interested in speaking with a man and a woman who were driving a white 4WD utility, and may have come across the incident shortly after it occurred.

Around 7.30pm a Holden Commodore was driving along Zielke Avenue when it left the road and rolled, hitting a fence.
The occupants of the vehicle sustained minor injuries.

They were transported to Bundaberg Base Hospital for treatment.

Bundaberg police are urging anyone who witnessed the crash, or who came across it shortly afterwards to contact Bundaberg Police on 4153 9111.

Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.
 

Topics:  kalkie, police




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