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Fatal crash at Dululu claims life of Monto man, 29

TRAGIC LOSS: Clinton Latemore tragically died yesterday morning.
TRAGIC LOSS: Clinton Latemore tragically died yesterday morning. Contributed

UPDATE 12.47PM: AUTHORITIES have released the name of the 29-year-old man who was tragically killed yesterday in a car accident at Dululu. 

Monto man Clinton Latemore was sadly pronounced dead at the scene after the car he was a passenger in left the roadway before rolling and colliding with a tree. 

Tributes have been left on Clinton's social media page by friends and family.

 

UPDATE 1.45PM: AUTHORITIES have confirmed a man in his twenties, who was a passenger in the car, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The driver, also a male in this twenties, has been transported to the Rockhampton Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The Forensic Crash Unit are still investigating.

 

EARLIER

POLICE were called to a fatal accident on the Burnett Hwy at Dululu, 40km West of Mt Morgan, this morning at 5am.

It is believed the passenger of the vehicle tragically died after the vehicle left the roadway before rolling and colliding with a tree.

One person has been transported to Rockhampton Hospital.

Police and the Forensic Crash Unit are on scene.

More to follow. 

Topics:  crash, dululu, fatal




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