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Driver escapes injury in Tara truck fire

MORNING BLAZE: Two fire crews were called out to Tara for a truck on fire.
MORNING BLAZE: Two fire crews were called out to Tara for a truck on fire. Madura McCormack

THERE have been no reported injuries after the dolly-trailer of a truck caught fire in Tara this morning.

The fire started on Wilson St, at around 1.30am.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Service spokesman said two fire crews were on the scene at roughly 1.40am, and had the fire extinguished within five minutes.

The driver was reportedly on at the scene and did not require treatment from Queensland Ambulance staff.

Topics:  qas qfes tara truck fire


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