A truck has lost its trailer on the Bruce Hwy on the Sunshine Coast.
A truck has lost its trailer on the Bruce Hwy on the Sunshine Coast.

Truck trailer lying across Bruce Highway

UPDATE 10.43: A trailer lying across the Bruce Highway on the Sunshine Coast has been cleared.

BRUCE HWY BEDLAM: A truck lost its trailer on the Bruce this morning, causing major delays for Coast commuters.
BRUCE HWY BEDLAM: A truck lost its trailer on the Bruce this morning, causing major delays for Coast commuters. Contributed

The trailer obstructed one lane of traffic, causing heavy delays for commuters heading southbound at Forest Glen.

A Queensland Transport and Main Roads spokesperson said there were no spills or debris on the road as a result of the incident. 

EARLIER 9.20AM: A TRUCK has lost its trailer on the Bruce Highway on the Coast, causing mayhem on the M1 this morning.

BRUCE HWY BEDLAM: A truck lost its trailer on the Bruce this morning, causing major delays for Coast commuters.
BRUCE HWY BEDLAM: A truck lost its trailer on the Bruce this morning, causing major delays for Coast commuters. Contributed

The semi-trailer is blocking southbound lane at Forest Glen after losing its load.

The truck lost its trailer on the Bruce Highway, heading southbound at Forest Glen.
The truck lost its trailer on the Bruce Highway, heading southbound at Forest Glen. Tracey Copeland

Police were unable to confirm the load the truck was carrying, but have advised that traffic is congested as a result

More to come.


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