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Emergency services attend crash

EMERGENCY services were called to a two-vehicle crash near Lowood, west of Ipswich, this afternoon.

The crash was reported on the corner of Brightview Rd and Forest Hill Fernvale Rd about 3.50pm.

It was feared that one person was trapped in one of the vehicles, however firefighters were able to confirm there were no entrapments.

No injuries were reported.

Topics:  car crash, emergency services, two-vehicle crash




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