Police responding to fatal traffic crash at Tinana

A 74-year old woman has died after a two-vehicle crash at Tinana this morning

Preliminary investigations indicate around 9.50am a red Toyota Corolla was heading north on the Lindah Road West on-ramp, onto the Bruce Highway, when it has collided with a white motorhome travelling north on the Bruce Highway.

The driver of the red Toyota was transported to Maryborough Hospital, but was declared deceased upon arrival. The other occupant of the vehicle, an 81-year old female passenger, was airlifted to a hospital in Brisbane with critical injuries.

The two occupants of the motorhome suffered only minor injuries.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating and has appealed for anyone who may have witnessed the crash to come forward.

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