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A truck is stuck beneath an overpass in Goodna, west of Brisbane.
The driver was trying to negotiate the 3.8 metre low-level road underpass on Layard Streeet when the truck became stuck.
Police are directing traffic around the scene.
Goodna councillor Paul Tully said it appeared the truck driver had ignored multiple low-level warning signs before the incident.
He renewed calls for audible warning ‘‘dangles’’ to be installed at the underpass.
The incident comes less than a week after Brisbane father Les Karayan was crushed by a truck that overturned after it clipped a rail bridge in Dutton Park on Saturday morning.
This article first appeared on www.brisbanetimes.com.au
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