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No serious injuries at crash

UPDATE, 11AM: Occupants of two vehicles involved in a crash on Freestone Rd north of Warwick this morning did not suffer serious injury.

The accident took place at the junction of Freestone Rd and Freestone Creek Rd shortly after 9.30am.

A white Toyota sedan turning north onto Freestone Rd from Freestone Creek Rd collided with an older model Toyota Corolla travelling towards Warwick.

The white sedan was pushed off the road into a drainage culvert. Its occupants, a couple with two children, with the female pregnant, were taken to Warwick Hospital for observation.

Police are still investigating the crash.

Topics:  accident, freestone rd




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