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Man with a disability fined for threatening woman with knife

The disability housing resident was fined $2000.

UPDATE: Age released of woman killed on Mary valley Hwy

The two vehicles collided head on at Mary Valley Rd. A woman has been confirmed dead following a horror crash at the intersection of the Mary Valley Highway and Birt Road at Long Flat, just south of Gympie, this afternoon. The two vehicles involved, including a small white care, appear to have sustained major damage, and it was earlier reported two people had to be freed from the wreckage of one vehicle. Three people are being assessed by ambulance officers.

A woman has lost her life in a tragic crash near Gympie

Son says mother drove road daily for 30 years before crash

The scene of a serious crash at South Kolan.

The crash has shut down both lanes of Bundaberg Gin Gin Rd

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