Toddler injured in high-speed Toowoomba collision

A TODDLER was taken to Toowoomba Hospital after a two-vehicle crash in North Toowoomba.

Emergency services arrived at the scene of the high-speed rear-end collision at the intersection of Robin and Ruthven Sts in North Toowoomba about 1pm.

The occupants of the two vehicles were assessed, with the two-year-old boy needing transport to hospital.

Police are investigating the crash.

Topics:  ruthven st toowoomba traffic crash

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