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Elderly driver's slip-up destroys garage

An 84-year-old motorist lost control of car in Waterworks Rd at noon on Monday.
An 84-year-old motorist lost control of car in Waterworks Rd at noon on Monday. David Nielsen

A CAR crashed through a fence and into a garage at a property in North Ipswich on Monday after the driver lost control of the vehicle.

An 84-year-old female driver had a medical condition and lost control in Waterworks Rd at noon.

She went through a garage next door to the Islamic Society of Ipswich.

The woman was taken to Ipswich Hospital by ambulance with minor cuts and bruises.

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A car crashed into a garage at a property on Waterworks Road at North Ipswich. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times
A car crashed into a garage at a property on Waterworks Road at North Ipswich. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times David Nielsen

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