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Young driver killed in car rollover near Springsure

A MAN died and another man suffered injuries after a single vehicle traffic crash west of Springsure on Sunday morning.

The vehicle was travelling east along the Dawson Development Rd, about 46km west of Springsure, when it left the road and rolled at 5.15am.

The 18-year-old driver died at the scene. An 18-year-old passenger was treated for minor injuries and transported to the Springsure Hospital for treatment.

Investigations are continuing. 

Topics:  accident, fatality, springsure




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