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FIRE crews have closed a Rockhampton road after a two-car crash over rail lines.
QFES advised motorists to avoid the area around Stanley and Denison St as it had been closed due to a crash earlier this morning.
Fire crews left the scene around 10.10am after removing cars from the road.
ARAMEDICS rushed to a crash in South Rockhampton this morning where multiple people were injured.
Queensland Ambulance Service was called to a two-car crash on Stanley St, just outside the Great Western Hotel around 9.20am.
All people involved were out of the cars when crews arrived. One car was still in the middle of the road leaking fluid.
A woman suffered a shoulder injury in the crash and was being assessed by paramedics.
This article first appeared on www.themorningbulletin.com.au
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