A man has died in a single vehicle rollover on the Old Bruce Hwy at Federal.
A man has died in a single vehicle rollover on the Old Bruce Hwy at Federal. Jacob Carson

Man killed in horror highway crash

BREAKING: A MAN has died in a single vehicle rollover on the Old Bruce Hwy.

The man was the driver and sole occupant of the white hatchback that rolled down an embankment at Federal, near the Sankeys Rd overpass. 

At least four ambulance vehicles, police, fire and rescue crews, and traffic controllers are at the scene of the crash.

The northbound lane is blocked by the crash, and controllers are diverting traffic to the southbound lane. 

The cause of the crash is so far unknown. 

Motorists have been urged to avoid the area if possible. 

Emergency crews at a serious crash on the Old Bruce Hwy at Federal.
Emergency crews at a serious crash on the Old Bruce Hwy at Federal. Jacob Carson

UPDATE: Delays are expected after a single vehicle rollover on the Old Bruce Highway just north of the Sunshine Coast.

Emergency services are responding to the crash in the southbound lanes at Federal near the Sankeys Road overpass.

Motorists are being urged to avoid the area if possible.

BREAKING: A car has rolled on the Bruce Highway north of the Sunshine Coast. 

Paramedics were called to the Bruce Highway overpass at Federal about 10.20am to reports of a single vehicle crash. 

The vehicle was travelling north when the crash happened. 

It is not yet clear how many people were in the car or how many people may have been injured. 



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