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Two-car crash in Caboolture causes big delays

A car crash on Lower King St, Caboolture on 22/08/2014. Photo Jorge Branco / Caboolture News
A car crash on Lower King St, Caboolture on 22/08/2014. Photo Jorge Branco / Caboolture News Jorge Branco

A CAR has crossed the median strip on the main street of Caboolture, colliding with another car and causing heavy delays in both directions.

No one was seriously injured in the crash, near the corner of Lower King St and Charles St, but a woman was treated for minor neck injuries.

Police have now reopened roads and traffic is returning to normal.

They had earlier created diversions throughout the CBD to skirt traffic around the site. There were also delays on Morayfield Rd.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Caboolture Station Officer Jason Anderson said there were no entrapments but fire crews helped ambulance officers remove the two drivers from their cars.

Cars queue coming out of the Caboolture CBD after car crash on Lower King St, Caboolture on 22/08/2014. Photo Jorge Branco / Caboolture News
Cars queue coming out of the Caboolture CBD after car crash on Lower King St, Caboolture on 22/08/2014. Photo Jorge Branco / Caboolture News Jorge Branco

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