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Two men killed in crash near The Summit

Fatal crash at The Summitt
Fatal crash at The Summitt

POLICE are investigating a fatal, single vehicle crash on the New England Highway that happened at The Summit last night.

Initial investigations suggests at around 8.20pm, 100m south of the Granite Belt Drive intersection a north bound car left the road and crashed into a light pole in the median strip.

The two men, believed to be Stanthorpe locals, aged 44 and 57 died at the scene.

Police investigations are continuing.

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Topics:  crash, fatal, new england highway, stanthorpe, the summit




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