UPDATE: One lane of the Cunningham Highway is blocked after two B-Doubles collided on the western side of Cunningham's Gap at about 2pm. 

While there were no serious injuries both drivers were transported to Warwick to undergo standard blood testing.

At this stage it is uncertain how long the lane will be blocked for and the area remains under police traffic control.

There is quite a deal of debris that spilled from one of the trucks, which is littered across the highway and one of the trucks is severely damaged and will require transport out of the area.

Truck crash on the Cunningham Highway
Truck crash on the Cunningham Highway Jonno Colfs

EARLIER: Neither drivers involved in a two-truck collision outside Warwick have been seriously injured.

Early reports suggest the trucks "side-swiped", narrowly avoiding a head-on collision.

Police and paramedics at the scene of the crash said both drivers were "extremely lucky" to walk away without serious injury.

Debris from the trucks is littered across the highway.

Emergency crews were called to the crash just after 2pm.

Traffic is moving slowly but motorists should expect delays.


EARLIER: EMERGENCY crews are rushing to the scene of a two-vehicle crash just outside of Warwick.

It is believed two trucks have collided on the Cunningham Hwy, near Bestbrook Mountain Reserve.

Traffic is stopped in both directions.

No further information is available at this stage.

Updates to follow.



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