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Abandoned car destroyed by fire near Dululu this morning

Alistair Brightman

A RED Toyota Corolla has been destroyed by fire this morning on the Burnett Highway near Dululu.

The abandoned car was well alight when firefighters arrived at the scene just after 1am.

A Queensland Fire Rescue Service spokeswoman this morning says the car is a shell of nothing.

The fire is being treated as suspicious, the spokeswoman says.

No one has been injured.

Topics:  car, destroyed, dululu, mt morgan




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