The scene of yesterday's Bruce Highway smash south of Rockhampton.
The scene of yesterday's Bruce Highway smash south of Rockhampton. Capricorn Helicopter Rescue.

Body parts found at crash

HUMAN remains have today been found at the horrific scene of a truck accident near Rockhampton yesterday.

The Bruce Highway smash involving an army semi-trailer and B-double truck was, until today, thought not to have been fatal.
 
Two military personnel were taken to Rockhampton Hospital along with a 40-year-old man who may have been thrown from the B-double during the accident at the intersection with Upper Ulam Road in Bajool at 2.45pm on Wednesday.

Police this afternoon confirmed that human remains had been discovered at the scene.

A spokesman from the Department of Defence confirmed that only two soldiers - who have been accounted for - were travelling in the army vehicle.
 



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