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VIDEO: Three crashes in the space of a few hours in M'boro

A car and a four-wheel drive have crashed at the corner of Ferry and Albert Sts in Maryborough.
A car and a four-wheel drive have crashed at the corner of Ferry and Albert Sts in Maryborough. Robyne Cuerel

UPDATE: Emergency services have attended a third two-vehicle crash in Maryborough. 

The crash occurred about 2pm Monday and at least one person was treated by ambulance officers after a crash between two cars at Alice St near Cheapside St.

Police diverted traffic until the scene was clear.

EARLIER: Traffic has been diverted around a two-vehicle crash at the corner of Ferry and Albert Sts in Maryborough - the second crash in the space of about an hour.

At least one person has been treated by ambulance officers at the scene of the crash, between a car and a four-wheel drive, which happened about noon.

Both vehicles were damaged and police, fire and ambulance crews were at the scene.

About 11.15am, emergency service crews were at the scene of a minor two-car crash on Walker St near the hospital.

Police diverted traffic around the site until the scene was cleared.

It appeared there were no serious injuries suffered by the people involved in the Walker St crash.

Police diverted traffic around a two-vehicle crash on Walker St on Monday morning.
Police diverted traffic around a two-vehicle crash on Walker St on Monday morning. Contributed

Video of Walker St crash below

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