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Man, 35, identified as driver in Toolooa car crash

Update 12.10pm:

Police have identified the driver of an abandoned Ford Ranger after it was crashed into a tree at Toolooa on Sunday morning. 

A Queensland Police Service spokesman said police identified a 35-year-old man as the driver. 

He said no charges have been laid and investigations on the vehicle are ongoing. 

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said the vehicle was spotted earlier that morning by police driving dangerously at speed. 

Initial 8.40am:

POLICE are investigating into a cause of a single-vehicle crash at Toolooa on Sunday after no driver was found on scene.

Emergency services were called to Dalrymple Dr at 12.10am after reports a car had crashed into a tree.

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said a Ford Ranger was found and there were no drivers or passengers on scene.

She said police sighted the vehicle earlier that morning driving dangerously at speed and tried to intercept but it was deemed unsafe.

Police do not believe the vehicle was stolen.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said crews made the scene safe.

If you have any information call crime stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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