Drivers were being warned of lengthy delays following a caravan crash on the Bruce Highway this morning at Wild Horse Mountain, reported 7News Brisbane.
Department of Transport and Main Roads said the incident happened 2km south of Johnston Road and was advising that motorists use an alternative route late this morning.
A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said a caravan had rolled on the Bruce Highway near Wild Horse Mountain about 9.30am.
A car had then hit the caravan.
Police said significant delays were expected heading south but there had been no major injuries reported.
RACQ have advised motorists to delay travel or avoid the area until 30 minutes delays clear.
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