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Fog blankets Rockhampton and Capricorn Coast regions

Fog looking from Mt Archer by Laura McNeil
Fog looking from Mt Archer by Laura McNeil Contributed

A FOG has caused a little havoc this morning, blanketing the region from the Capricorn Coast to Gracemere and down to the Gladstone area.

Readers have submitted photographs of the fog, which was really thick in some places, from across the region.

There was a single vehicle rollover 10 kms south of Mt Larcom on the Bruce Highway this morning. The cause is unknown at this stage, but it was the only crash reported by 10am.

Readers did report a number of vehicles driving without lights on, which is a traffic hazard, and urged motorists to put their lights on.

Topics:  driving, fog, rockhampton traffic, weather




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