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Drivers escape injury in peak-hour crash

Emergency services respond to a minor crash near the driveway of the Alderley St Hungry Jacks restaurant
Emergency services respond to a minor crash near the driveway of the Alderley St Hungry Jacks restaurant

NO ONE was injured when two vehicles collided near the driveway to the Alderley St Hungry Jacks this afternoon.

Emergency services were called to the scene about 5.20pm.

Meanwhile, a 47-year-old man was taken to Toowoomba Hospital after being struck by a car in Wilsonton.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said the incident occurred at the Freedom Fuels service station at the intersection of Greenwattle and Taylor Sts at 4.34pm.

He suffered lower leg injuries.

Topics:  crash, freedom fuels, hungry jacks, toowoomba




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