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Truck carrying cattle rolls near Clermont

Queensland Fire and Rescue are responding to a cattle truck rollover near Clermont.
Queensland Fire and Rescue are responding to a cattle truck rollover near Clermont. Alistair Brightman

UPDATE 12PM: THE SCENE of a cattle truck rollover near Clermont has been cleared. 

A QFES spokesman said a crew from Clermont spent about an hour at the scene of the crash this morning helping remove cattle from the crash scene before departing at 10.30am. 

A Queensland Police spokesman said no one was injured in the crash and the road was now clear. 

BREAKING 9AM: EMERGENCY services are responding to a truck crash north-west of Emerald.

It is understood a cattle truck has rolled on the Clermont-Alpha Road, Clermont.

A QFES spokeswoman confirmed crews were alerted to the crash just before 9am and a crew from Clermont QFES was en route.

The severity of the crash is at this stage unknown.

Motorists are urged to avoid the area or expect delays.

More to come.


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