SHOCKING NIGHT: Two rollovers on Southern Downs streets

CRASH: Two cars rolled over on Southern Downs roads last night.
CRASH: Two cars rolled over on Southern Downs roads last night. Paul Donaldson

A KANGAROO jumped in front of a car on Canningvale Rd late last night, causing the Warwick driver to swerve and hit a power pole.

The Ford Falcon then rolled over, injuring the 39-year-old woman driving the car but thankfully she was not trapped inside.

A spokesman from Queensland Ambulance Services said the woman transported to Warwick Hospital with injuries sustained from the deployment of airbags including whiplash.

The spokesman said the injuries were minor and the woman was transported in a stable condition.


No one else was injured in the single-vehicle crash.

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Emergency services arrived on the scene about 12.54am and left at about 1.50am.

Ergon Energy also arrived on the scene to assess the power pole.

Warwick Police Sergeant Lisa Self said it was believed no loss to power was experienced in the area.

Earlier in the evening at 10.10pm, a single-vehicle crash resulted in another rollover on Junabee Rd with a car left lying on its roof.

A spokesman from Queensland Ambulance Services said a female patient was complaining of neck pain and was assessed at the scene, but declined transport to hospital.

The Mitsubishi Pajero had to be towed from the scene at Junabee.

Topics:  junabee road queensland ambulance queensland fire and emergency services road crash rollover warwick police

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