Both lanes of highway open after truck crash
BOTH lanes of the Bruce Highway northbound at the Glasshouse Mountains are open again after an earlier two truck crash.
Traffic is flowing, no further delays are expected.
TOW trucks are now on scene and ready to tow the two trucks involved in an earlier crash on the Bruce Highway.
A QPS media spokeswoman said that the tyres on the trucks had to be repaired before they were able to be towed.
ONE lane of traffic northbound on the Bruce Highway remains closed as QPS and heavy-vehicle tow trucks work to remove two trucks after an earlier crash.
TRAFFIC is now heavily congested after an earlier truck crash on the Bruce Highway near the Johnston Road exit at the Glasshouse Mountains.
Motorists are reporting that congestion is stretching back over 2km from where the crash occurred.
TWO motorists involved in an earlier truck crash on the Bruce Highway have walked away uninjured.
Paramedics assessed two males on the scene of the incident and they were not required to be transported to hospital.
A QPS media spokeswoman said that both northbound lanes would have to be closed for a short time to allow heavy-vehicle tow trucks to get to the scene.
Long delays are expected.
PARAMEDICS are currently assessing two male patients for minor injuries on scene of a two truck crash on the Bruce Highway.
One northbound is blocked as a result of the crash and emergency services are encouraging motorists to avoid the area if possible as traffic is congested.
A CRASH on the Bruce Highway northbound at the Glasshouse Mountains is causing delays.
A QAS media spokesman said initial reports stated that the crash occurred at 11.16am and was between a semi-trailer and a smaller truck 500 metres before before Johnston Road.
"It's believed that there are nil injuries at this stage but we'll get a clearer picture when we arrive on scene," the spokesman said.
More details to come.