Car flips four times in single vehicle crash in Charleville

A driver and passenger were miraculously unscathered after a single vehicle crash during which their vehicle flipped four times.

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About 6pm on Friday, February 26, Charleville police state at a private property about 50 km northwest of Charleville, a vehicle was involved in a single vehicle crash.

The crash occurred due to the rear right tyre blowing out and causing the vehicle to spin in wet conditions.

The vehicle rolled approximately four times, however the driver and passenger were protected by the roll cage inside the car.

Officers state the driver and passenger were able to turn the vehicle upright and make their way to a property nearby where emergency services were notified.

The driver returned a negative RBT reading.

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