PILE UP: Officers from Kingaroy Police Station attended multiple car crash sites last week around the area.
PILE UP: Officers from Kingaroy Police Station attended multiple car crash sites last week around the area. Alistair Brightman

Coppers hit the road to attend multiple crash sites

THANKFULLY, there was no increase to the number of road tolls deaths in South Burnett after police attended multiple car crash sites last week.

No injuries were sustained after police attended a three vehicle traffic crash on River Rd at the intersection of the Bunya Hwy at 3pm on Tuesday, July 23.

A Toyota utility and a Hyundai hatchback had stopped at the intersection when a Holden commodore, being driving by a 57-year-old Kingaroy women, collied with the rear of the utility.

It proceeded to rear into the back of the Hyundai and caused extensive damage to the commodore and utility.

Police are continuing to investigate.

On that same day a 25-year-old Nanango man driving a Toyota utility was left unscathed after striking a cow that had wandered on to the road before hitting a tree on the opposite side of the roadway.

At 10.30pm on Tuesday, July 23 police were called out to the single vehicle crash which left the utility extensively damaged on the Kingaroy Cooyar Rd.

Later in the week on Friday, July 26 a 40-year-old Kingaroy man was transported to hospital after police attended a single vehicle traffic incident.

The man was driving along Taylors Rd when the Holden sedan collied with a power pole.

Investigations are still continuing.

If you have any information for the police, contact Policelink on 131 44 or report information anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24 hours a day.

South Burnett


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