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Drivers escape major injury in two-car crash at Benaraby

TANNUM Sands police were called to a two-car smash on the Bruce Hwy at Benaraby on Thursday afternoon.

Emergency services attended the scene near the Benaraby Nursery at 5.15pm.

The drivers did not sustain any injuries, but the vehicles were extensively damaged.

One of the drivers was issued with an infringement notice for failing to give way.

Tow trucks later removed the vehicles from the scene.

Topics:  accident, benaraby, crash, gladstone, police




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