Pair in lucky escape after caravan slams into tree

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The two occupants were able to walk away from the crash. PIC: Nine News Queensland

A caravanning couple has walked away from an horrific accident south of Brisbane on Boxing Day.

Police believe the 64-year-old woman who was driving a Mitsubishi Pajero lost control and caused the caravan it was towing to flip before smashing into a tree.

The Brisbane Times reports that the caravan completely disintegrated in the crash, which occurred on the Mount Lindesay Highway in the Logan suburb of Cedar Vale.

Miraculously, both people in the towing car managed to walk away from the wreckage with only minor injuries.

The driver and a 74-year-old man in the passenger seat were taken to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in stable condition.

Police said one highway lane was briefly closed to recover the four-wheel-drive.

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One Response to Pair in lucky escape after caravan slams into tree

  1. I hope they both recover well and get back on the horse soon,
    Daz

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