Warrego Highway clear after southwest rollover
The scene is clear of a Warrego Highway rollover that happened 3km east of Wallumbilla on November 13.
Emergency services attended the scene of the crash that happened at 12.30pm, with a single occupant being taken to hospital with minor injuries.
The 30-year-old male patient suffered small lacerations after rolling his dual cab ute.
A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said the job had been finalised.
Details have emerged of the driver who rolled their vehicle on the Warrego Highway at Wallumbilla just before 12.30pm today, November 13.
A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the vehicle was a dual cab with a single occupant.
An Ambulance spokeswoman confirmed the patient was a male in his 20s taken to the Roma Hospital with minor injuries.
He suffered from a few small lacerations.
EMERGENCY service crews have made their way to the scene of a single vehicle rollover in Walumbilla.
One Queensland Fire and Emergency Service crew has just arrived, police are on scene as well as one ambulance crew, with another en route.
A single occupant was involved and is currently out of the vehicle.
A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the vehicle is currently upside down.
"It doesn't seem to be very serious injuries," the spokesman said.
"They might be in shock; may have hit their head."
EMERGENCY services are on their way to a traffic accident on the Warrego Highway in the Maranoa Region just before 12.30pm.
A Queensland Police Service spokesman said a single vehicle rolled over about 3km west of Wallumbilla with a single occupant currently out of the vehicle.
The Western Star believes paramedics arrived on scene at 12.39pm.
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