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Woman freed from overturned car on rural road

UPDATE: A woman has been transported to hospital following a crash where she was pinned inside her overturned car. 

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services freed the woman from the single vehicle rollover which happened about 7.40am on Bunya Mountains Maclagan Rd at Maclagan.

The woman in her late 20s was taken to the Oakey Health Service with a collarbone injury. 

EARLIER: A woman is pinned inside an overturned car after it rolled off a rural road early this morning.

Emergency services are at the scene of the crash on Bunya Mountains Maclagan Rd at Maclagan, north-west of Toowoomba.

A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said a woman in her late 20s was pinned in the overturned vehicle, with Queensland Fire and Emergency Services preparing to free her.

Initial reports suggest the woman has suffered a shoulder injury, and she is yet to be assessed by paramedics.

The rollover was reported about 7.40am.

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