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Driver dies in single vehicle accident near Emerald

The driver of this vehicle was killed after the car rolled on the Anakie Sapphire Road, west of Emerald, and crashed into a tree.
The driver of this vehicle was killed after the car rolled on the Anakie Sapphire Road, west of Emerald, and crashed into a tree. Kelly Butterworth

THE Forensic Crash Unit is investigating a fatal traffic crash that occurred near Sapphire, west of Emerald.

Initial investigations indicate about 7.50pm on Friday a vehicle rolled on the Anakie Sapphire Road.

The driver, who was the sole occupant, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigations are continuing.

Topics:  accident, crash, emerald, fatality, road toll




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