Audi driver flips car, lands it on the roof
A NEW police report has revealed a full list of crimes from the township of Cecil Plains over the June-July period.
Among the crimes were a series of traffic offences.
School road safety operation
THROUGHOUT the school holidays, police targeted vehicles travelling through the Cecil Plains Division to enforce road safety messages.
With the easing of border restrictions, the volume of traffic coming through the area increased.
Throughout the two-week school holiday period, police conducted 183 random breath tests and issued six tickets for excessive speed.
On July 4, police intercepted a P plate driver leaving the Victory Hotel.
The driver allegedly provided a positive breath test and was transported to Dalby where a secondary positive test was provided by the driver.
The driver was given a notice to appear before the Dalby Magistrates court on August 4.
Single vehicle crash
At roughly 9pm on the June 29, a grey Audi was travelling north on Pampas Horrane Road. The driver of this vehicle allegedly failed to navigate a bend in the road immediately prior to the Toowoomba Cecil Plains Road intersection.
The vehicle came off the road and collided with the old railway crossing sign, causing the vehicle to flip onto its roof and land some distance from the impact site.
The driver, fortunately, escaped unharmed.
Police and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services were called by the driver of a passing truck.
Following investigations into the crash, the Audi driver was issued an infringement for the crash and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
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