UPDATE: CQ man identified as victim of fatal crash

UPDATE 4PM: A 28-year-old Central Queensland man has been identified as the victim of a fatal two-vehicle crash near Dingo today.

The Mount Morgan man died when the sedan he was driving collided with an oncoming truck on Fitzroy Developmental Rd, at 5.15am.

He was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The driver of the truck, a 57-year-old Clinton man received treatment for minor arm injuries.

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said the forensic crash unit was at the scene today.

She said the road was closed for about eight hours and reopened about 2pm.

Investigations continue.

UPDATE 11AM: A man has died after two vehicle crash north of Dingo this morning.

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman confirmed one man was killed after a truck and sedan collided on Fitzroy Developmental Rd, about 5am.

Investigations are ongoing.

UPDATE 9.40AM: A Central Queensland road has been closed following a truck and vehicle crash early this morning.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman says Fitzroy Developmental Rd, about 40km north of Dingo, has been closed until emergency services clear the vehicles.

He said the forensic crash unit arrived at the scene about 9am.

INITIAL 8.20AM: A man suffered critical injuries following a two vehicle crash north of Dingo this morning.

Paramedics attended the truck and sedan crash on Fitzroy Developmental Rd and Mackenzie River at 5.07am.

One male patient was assessed with critical injuries and another patient suffered a minor arm injury and declined transport to the hospital.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the forensic crash unit was due to arrive about 9am.

Investigations remain ongoing.

More to come.


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