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Three fatalities in week prompts road safety warning

An 18-year-old Warwick man was killed when the Holden Commodore he was driving and a B Double truck collided on the Cunningham Hwy about 9km from Warwick. Photo Contributed
An 18-year-old Warwick man was killed when the Holden Commodore he was driving and a B Double truck collided on the Cunningham Hwy about 9km from Warwick. Photo Contributed Photo Contributed

THE Toowoomba region has endured a horror 24 hours with three people dying as a result of separate crashes to the east, south and west of the city.

The deaths of an 18-year-old Warwick man, a 34-year-old Hatton Vale woman and an 86-year-old Chinchilla man came within a day of each other.

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Police investigating the carnage are urging motorists to drive carefully.

They are preparing for a busy Australia Day long weekend which wraps up the school holidays.

Topics:  darling downs road safety toowoomba traffic crash


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