Sneezing fit believed to be cause of Mountain Creek crash

IF you thought your sneezing was harmless you may want to think again.

A 68-year-old woman has been left lucky to escape a car crash believed to be caused by a sneezing fit this morning.

A police spokesman said the car crashed on Glenfield Blvd, Mountain Creek about 8.50am.

He said it's believed the woman had sneezed right before the crash happened.

It's believed the car rolled once and crashed into a parked car.

The driver was taken to Nambour Hospital with a minor arm injury.

The spokesman said the woman was in good health but was suffering a sinus condition at the time.

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