A replica Ford Cobra was involved in a twin vehicle collision on Shute harbour Rd at about 3pm.
A replica Ford Cobra was involved in a twin vehicle collision on Shute harbour Rd at about 3pm. Peter Carruthers

BREAKING: Cannonvale two-car crash

UPDATE:

A CHILD passenger has been taken to hospital in a stable condition following a two-car crash in Cannonvale this afternoon.

A woman in her forties, believed to be the driver of the late-model grey Nissan which came into contact with a red 427 Ford Cobra SC Super Snake, declined transport from Queensland Ambulance service.

The 62-year-old driver of the Ford Cobra was observed to have lacerations on his legs at the scene.

The accident occurred near corner of Shute Harbour Rd and Galbraith Park Dr towards Proserpine at 2.45pm and police said they were still investigating the crash and will determine if charges will be laid.

4PM:

BOTH lanes of traffic have now opened at the scene of a twin-vehicle accident on Shute Harbour Rd with Queensland Fire and Emergency Service crews still cleaning oil from the bitumen.

A late-model grey Nissan came into contact with a 427 Ford Cobra SC Super Snake just past the corner of Shute Harbour Rd and Galbraith Park Dr towards Proserpine.

3.00PM:

QUEENSLAND Ambulance Service are on scene assessing three people at a two-car crash on the corner of Shute Harbour Rd and Galbraith Park Drive in Cannonvale.

Queensland police confirmed the crash occurred around 2.45pm and there were no serious injuries as a result of the collision.

One lane of traffic is now open.

MORE TO COME.


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