Rollover on D’Aguilar Hwy this morning

UPDATE, 10.45:

THE MAN, in his 60s, has been taken to Kingaroy Hospital with suspected minor injuries. 

Kingaroy Police OIC senior sergeant Duane Frank said the man and sole occupant of the car had been travelling from Kingaroy to Nanango when his car left the road and rolled just past Harvey Norman. 

"The vehicle has left the road and it appears the vehicle has rolled and landed back on its wheels," Sr Sgt Frank said. 

"QAS took the man to hospital for assessment, at this stage we know he has only suffered minor injuries, which is fortunate."



A MAN has been taken to Kingaroy General Hospital after his car rolled on the D'Aguilar Hwy just outside Kingaroy this morning.

The Queensland Ambulance Service responded to a call about 9.45am this morning, Thursday August 4.

The QAS spokeswoman said the driver was able to get himself out of the vehicle.

She said he was taken to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition.

The crash is the second roll over on the D'Aguilar Hwy in a week.

After a man in his 80s was airlifted to Brisbane from Hodgeleigh on Friday morning.

More to come.

Topics:  kingaroy police qas

South Burnett

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

GRAPHIC IMAGE ALERT: Water skier's grizzly river discovery

A Goodna resident has taken a photograph of an animal that was possibly the victim of a shark attack in the Brisbane River.

Bull shark suspected after carcass left with chunk missing

OPINION: The NRL's hypocrisy over Matthew Lodge and racism

Should Matthew Lodge be playing football after assaulting and abusing five people?

Is allowing Matthew Lodge to play football redemption or hypocrisy?

Pensioner group responds to aged-care hotel change proposal

INCREASE: Council of the Ageing Queensland says the Metro Hotel Ipswich International's transformation into an aged-care facility would boost services.

Metro's change to nursing home 'speeds up new-bed process'

Local Partners