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Maiden voyage ends badly for Rockhampton driver

A Transam American muscle car failed to take a corner and crashed into a Hook Street house. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
A Transam American muscle car failed to take a corner and crashed into a Hook Street house. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

A ROCKHAMPTON man has crashed his new Transam American muscle car into a Hook St house.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service station officer Craig Gregory says authorities were called to the accident about 2pm.

He says asbestos needs to be removed from the house before the vehicle can be dealt with.

The driver has been taken to Rockhampton Hospital with minor injuries.

Read more details in tomorrow's Morning Bulletin.

Topics:  crash, house, queensland fire and rescue service




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