Man killed in crash after car leaves Capricorn Highway

A 66-year-old man is dead after his car left the Capricorn Highway between Barcaldine and Jericho on Sunday afternoon.

The Lammermoor man was declared dead at the scene by emergency services.

Police believe the white Toyota Prado ran off the road, hitting a guide post before rolling.

Officers from the police forensic crash unit are now investigating.

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