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VIDEO: Trail bike rider dead after crash with 4WD

LATEST: THE Queensland Police Service has released a statement after a fatal bike crash near Maryborough.

"Initial information suggests that around 1.59pm a motorcycle collided with a vehicle travelling in the opposite direction on Owanyilla Boundary Road East," it read.

"The rider of the motorcycle, a man believed to be in his 30's, died at the scene. 

"There were no injuries to the driver of the vehicle.

"A second motorcycle rider travelling with the man, was not injured."

A police spokesman said the Forensic Crash Unit was investigating.

Anyone with information which could assist should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit crimestoppers.com.au.

3.45PM UPDATE: A 30-year-old Fraser Coast man has died after his trail bike crashed into an oncoming car south of Maryborough.

Queensland Police, Fire and Ambulance service crews remain on the scene of the fatal crash on Owanyilla Boundary East Rd on Wednesday afternoon.

It is understood the crash was between the off-road bike and a Toyota LandCruiser, about 4km from the Bruce Hwy on the dirt road.

3PM: A MOTORBIKE rider has died after a crash on the south of Maryborough on Wednesday afternoon.

Three Queensland Ambulance Service crews responded to the crash involving a car at Owanyilla Boundary East Rd a short time ago.

The ambulance officers attempted CPR on the bike rider but the man was unable to be revived.

The man's age is not known.

More information to come.

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