The car was extensively damaged after the collision with a set of traffic lights at the intersection of James St and Mackenzie St in Rangeville. Photo: Win News Toowoomba
The car was extensively damaged after the collision with a set of traffic lights at the intersection of James St and Mackenzie St in Rangeville. Photo: Win News Toowoomba Win News Toowoomba

Child among three injured in Rangeville traffic crash

THREE people including a young child were taken to hospital after a car crashed into a set of traffic lights in Rangeville.

The collision at the intersection of James St and Mackenzie St brought down the traffic pole and damaged a signal set about 7pm Monday.

Authorities including Queensland Fire and Emergency Services, police and the Department of Transport and Main Roads secured the area while repair works were undertaken.

The vehicle involved was extensively damaged.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesman said paramedics assessed three people at the scene before transporting the child, and a man and woman, to Toowoomba Hospital.

The trio was transported in stable conditions.



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