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WA Treasurer Troy Buswell has resigned from Cabinet following what Premier Colin Barnett described as a "breakdown".
It follows reports he was involved in a car crash before taking personal leave more than two weeks ago.
At the time Mr Barnett explained the leave by saying Mr Buswell had taken time off for health-related reasons.
However, today Mr Barnett called a press conference to say Mr Buswell had called him yesterday afternoon to tender his resignation.
Mr Barnett also outlined the chain of events stemming from a crash involving Mr Buswell's ministerial car in the early hours of Sunday, February 23.
He said Mr Buswell's chief of staff, Rachael Turnseck, had alerted him to Mr Buswell's health condition the following day but he had not been aware of the crash at that time.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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