Traffic flowing again on Bruce after car, caravan rollover


TRAFFIC is flowing again as normal on the Bruce Highway after an earlier car and caravan rollover at Chevallum. Traffic was disrupted for several hours as emergency services and Clayton's Towing worked to clear the scene. 


THE northbound lanes of the Bruce Highway are at a standstill at Chevallum after an earlier car and caravan rollover. 

Clayton's Towing are working to clear the scene. The highway has been reduced to one lane. 

Motorists have been advised to drive with caution. 



A CAR and caravan have overturned on the Bruce highway at Chevallum. 

Emergency services have arrived on scene to attend to two people who were inside the car when it rolled on to its roof in the northbound lanes about 200m from the Big 4 Caravan Park. 

The car and caravan both rolled about 10.20am. 

Car and caravan roll on Bruce Hwy.
Car and caravan roll on Bruce Hwy. Megan Mackander

Initial reports indicate both people have minor injuries.

Motorists have been advised to drive carefully through the crash zone. Traffic is reduced to one lane. 

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