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Car flips in two-vehicle crash at Urangan

A firefighter walks around a car on its side after a crash on the corner of Robert St and Boat Harbour Dr in Urangan.
A firefighter walks around a car on its side after a crash on the corner of Robert St and Boat Harbour Dr in Urangan. Hayden Johnson

UPDATE: The scene of the two-vehicle crash at Urangan has been cleared and traffic is flowing freely again on Boat Harbour Dr.

EARLIER: A sedan is on its side next to a traffic light pole after crashing at the corner of Boat Harbour Dr and Robert St at Urangan.

Several paramedics are at the scene of the crash along with fire and police officers.

School traffic has been disrupted and motorists should access the schools on Robert St via Boundary Rd.

One lane of Boat Harbour Dr is closed as police divert traffic around the scene.

No further details are available at this stage.

Police officers stand next to one of the cars involved in a crash on the corner of Robert St and Boat Harbour Dr in Urangan on Tuesday morning.
Police officers stand next to one of the cars involved in a crash on the corner of Robert St and Boat Harbour Dr in Urangan on Tuesday morning. Hayden Johnson

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