Heart attack claims driver before crash at Gailes

A TRUCK driver had a suspected heart attack before crashing into a concrete barrier on the Ipswich Mwy on Saturday.

The 68-year-old died following the serious, single-vehicle traffic crash at Gailes just after midnight

Police were called to the scene following reports a water truck had collided with a concrete barrier.

Upon arrival the police found the man and sole occupant of the vehicle who was unconscious.

He later died at the scene

Three Brisbane-bound lanes were closed and traffic was diverted onto the Logan Mwy.

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