In Brief

Car crash on the corner of Wood and Gore Streets last Friday.

Wood Street car crash

Last Friday afternoon, traffic was diverted on Wood Street after a crash involving two vehicles occurred.

According to police at the scene, a vehicle turning onto Wood Street from Gore Street misjudged and collided with a vehicle travelling West.

Five people were involved and injuries included soreness to the chest areas caused by steering wheels and airbags, and one female suffered a laceration to her hand.

The latter was subsequently taken to Warwick Hospital.

The driver turning onto Wood Street was issued with an infringement notice for driving without due care and attention.

Drink drivers

At 7.00am on Friday 17 June, a 28-year-old male was pulled over on Victoria Street for a drug saliva test, and will appear in court for driving with relevant drug in system.

Similarly, on Saturday 18 June, a 51-year-old Warwick Male was pulled over for a random breath test at 5.45pm on Guy Street.

He was brought back to the station and read 0.11, and will appear in court as a result on 27 June.

A 20-year-old Warwick male was also caught driving with relevant drug in system on Sunday 19 June at 7.55am on Victoria Street.

On the same day, a 21-year-old female was driving under the influence of alcohol on Wood Street at 5.20pm.

Both will appear in court.

Ogilvie Road break-in

At 7.30am on Monday morning, police received a report that a work shed on Ogilvie road had been broken into overnight.

The shed was being used by Powerlink Queensland and a Ford Ranger Utility was stolen from the property.

The matter is still under investigation.

Spring Creek traffic crash

Police were called to a two-vehicle traffic crash on the New England Highway at Spring Creek at approximately 6.20am Tuesday morning.

Initial investigations indicated that a vehicle towing a caravan and another vehicle have collided head-on.

A 50-year-old woman was transported to Toowoomba Base Hospital in a serious but stable condition.

A 52-year-old Crestmead man, the driver of the vehicle towing the caravan, has been issued an infringement notice for careless driving/driving without due care and attention.