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Road blocked after cars collide

CRASH: A white ute has smashed into a power pole after being involved in a two-car crash.
CRASH: A white ute has smashed into a power pole after being involved in a two-car crash.

UPDATE 2PM: A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman confirmed two people were taken to hospital after a two-car crash this morning. 

Emergency services attended the scene on Walla St just after 11.30am and blocked the area for some time.

Two men were treated by paramedics and were transported to Bundaberg Hospital with minor injuries. 

 

 

 

EARLIER: EMERGENCY services crews have blocked the road at the scene of a crash in Bundaberg.

Initial reports suggested two cars, a Holden and a Ford ute, collided on Walla St.

The Ford has smashed into a power pole.

It appears the driver of one of the vehicles is lying on the ground while being treated by paramedics.

 

A man is being treated by paramedics after the crash.
A man is being treated by paramedics after the crash.

Bundaberg Police are on scene and have blocked off traffic on the Woondooma and Walla St intersection.

 

Topics:  crash police



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