Woman rescued after driving car into flood water

A WOMAN has escaped injury after driving into floodwaters this morning.

A Queensland Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said their swift water rescue team were called to the Farleigh-Dumbleton Road incident at 6.30am.

He said a swimmer entered the water and saved the woman trapped inside the car.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said the woman was uninjured.

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