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Three strikes on the road; not serious

ACCIDENT: A single vehicle rollover on Randwick Rd involved a woman and young child on Thursday.
ACCIDENT: A single vehicle rollover on Randwick Rd involved a woman and young child on Thursday.

THREE crashes in less than 24 hours in the Gympie region are lucky to have resulted in only minor injuries in the lead-up to Easter.

A head-on collision between a Hyundai Excel and Nissan Navara on Glastonbury Rd, Widgee at about 3.15pm on Wednesday resulted in the Hyundai's sole occupant being taken to Gympie Hospital, but both parties were reported to have avoided serious injury.

CRASH: Wet weather was believed to be a contributing factor in a Glastonbury Rd crash on Wednesday afternoon.
CRASH: Wet weather was believed to be a contributing factor in a Glastonbury Rd crash on Wednesday afternoon.

On Thursday morning a Holden Commodore carrying a woman and her four-year-old son rolled over on Randwick Rd, East Deep Creek about 8am. While the vehicle was badly damaged, and the woman was taken to the Gympie Hospital; neither occupant was seriously injured.

Later, another crash at Old Maryborough Rd just after 10am involving a Suzuki Vitara and Holden Commodore, each containing a female driver, resulted in minor injuries to the Suzuki driver, though both vehicles were badly damaged.

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