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Chatsworth accident holds up traffic

Traffic backs up on the Bruce Hwy following an accident at Chatsworth.
Traffic backs up on the Bruce Hwy following an accident at Chatsworth.

TRAFFIC is banking up on the Bruce Hwy following an accident at Chatsworth, just moments before 6.30pm.

There are multiple ambulances, police units, a fire truck and tow truck responding to the scene.

It is understood to be a truck rollover.

A motorist caught up in the traffic attempting to head north reported to The Gympie Times hearing from a nearby resident who heard a loud bang.

While emergency services attend the scene, some drivers have started standing outside their vehicles.

Meanwhile, a number of motorists wanting to head north have turned around and started to drive back towards Gympie.

Gympie Times

Topics:  accident, bruce highway




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