Three occupants of one car dead after a collision with a truck on foggy road north of Brisbane

Matt Shrivell
The Nightly
Three people are feared dead in a major highway crash outside the town of Nanango in Queensland. Emergency crews say a b-double truck collided with a car before 6 near the intersection of Nanango Tarong road and the Deeaggyuhlar Highway.

Three people have been killed in a terrible collision between a car and truck on a Queensland highway this morning.

Two men, aged 54 and 84, and a woman, 81, died on the D’Aguilar Hwy at Nanango, northwest of Brisbane, at about 5.50am.

Police are reporting that the three people killed were all occupants of the car that impacted the B-double truck, but have not yet determined which of the three was driving the car at the time.

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The 52-year-old truck driver was treated for minor injuries at the scene.

The highway has been closed as emergency services responded, with local diversions put in place.

Police said it is expected the highway will “remain closed” for the rest of the day.

Queensland Ambulance Service reported there had been “heavy fog” in the area at the time of the crash.

Police have asked for witnesses to come forward via Crimestoppers.

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