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Passenger cut free after crash on Warrego Highway

FIREFIGHTERS have cut a man free from the wreckage of a vehicle following a crash on the Warrego Highway.

The crash was reported about 4.20pm, just outside the Rusty's service station - a notorious spot for accidents.

One man sustained cuts and bruises, while another had to be cut free after being encapsulated in the vehicle.

He is now being treated by paramedics.

Traffic is heavy in the area.

Topics:  crash hatton vale warrego highway


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