VIDEO, PHOTOS | Caravan rolls at Bruce Hwy turn-off, firefighters on scene
IT'S the second car accident within three days in the same spot, along the Bruce Hwy at the Benaraby Bridge.
Two Queensland Fire Emergency crews are currently on scene of a car crash in Benaraby along the Bruce Highway.
A single car with an attached caravan has come off the road, with the caravan upturned on the road.
Ambulance officers arrived on scene however no one was injured.
The husband and wife, with their pet dog, were travelling back home to Bundaberg.
There are no delays to traffic, crews have righted the caravan and are waiting for the towing vehicle.
On August 11, paramedics and police raced to the scene of a two-vehicle head-on crash on the north-bound lane at the bridge.
Paramedics were called to the accident at 2.46pm after a garbage truck and a 4WD towing a caravan collided.
The witness called 000 and two workers from the Department of Main Roads, who were cleaning the toilets at the time, directed traffic around the crash.
The woman was rushed to hospital, there were no other injuries.
Details to come.