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March 2, 2021

Summerland Way blocked by accident

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The Summerland Way has reopened after a truck accident blocked traffic overnight.

The accident happened at Old Grevillia near the intersection of Findon Creek Road.

A salvage operation is continuing and traffic is being controlled with stop/slow signage in both directions.

Emergency services, local council and the SES are in attendance.

Drivers are advised to exercise caution and allow extra travel time.

For regular updates visit livetraffic.com.au.

 


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