Emergency services are on scene at Dundathu.
Emergency services are on scene at Dundathu. Contributed

M'boro man, 61, killed in crash at Dundathu

UPDATE 10.50PM: A 61-year-old Maryborough man was killed in single-vehicle crash at Dundathu on Monday night.

Police have confirmed he was the sole occupant of the vehicle.

The Toyota Camry he was driving collided with a tree about 7.30pm on Churchill Mine Rd and he died at the scene.

 

UPDATE, 9.55PM: A man has been killed in a single-vehicle crash at Dundathu on Monday night.

The crash happened about 7.30pm on Churchill Mine Rd.

 

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A spokesman from Queensland Police Media said the man was killed when his vehicle collided with a tree.

Police could not provide the man's age or details of where he was from.

 

EARLIER: Emergency services are currently on the scene of a single-vehicle crash at Dundathu.

Initial reports claim one person was seriously injured after the vehicle crashed into a tree earlier this evening.

More to come.



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