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Three injured in city crash

Emergency crews attend a two-car crash at the intersection of Hume and Campbell Sts.
Emergency crews attend a two-car crash at the intersection of Hume and Campbell Sts. Dave Noonan

A TWO-car crash at the intersection of Hume and Campbell Sts this afternoon has left three patients with minor injuries.

Just before 4.30pm two cars collided a the intersection.

One of the cars careered into a power pole.

Emergency crews were called to the scene with reports of one person being trapped in the car.

However, this was not the case when they arrived on scene.

Queensland Ambulance Service treated three people on scene for minor injuries.

Two people were transported to Toowoomba Hospital.

Topics:  campbell, crash, qas, toowoomba, traffic




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