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Two overnight car crashes kept emergency services busy

Two overnight car crashes kept emergency services busy.
Two overnight car crashes kept emergency services busy.

EMERGENCY services crews were kept busy last night with two separate crashes just hours apart.

One person was taken to hospital following a two-car crash at an intersection.

Bundaberg Police Sergeant Steve Schultz said the Subaru sedan and Toyota Landcruiser crashed about 6.20pm.

Sgt Schultz said the crash caused the Subaru to roll, and both cars had to be towed from the scene.

He also said a car rolled onto its side after a single-vehicle crash on FE Walker St.

Sgt Shultz said said the driver escaped without injury following the smash, which happened about 8.45pm.

RACQ was called to tow the car from the scene.

Investigations into both crashes are continuing.

Topics:  bundaberg police, car crash




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