Police probe fatal crash in south-west Queensland

THE Police Forensic Crash Unit is on its way to the scene of a fatal traffic crash in south-west Queensland.

Initial reports suggest the victim, a man in his 30s, was driving a ute when he was killed on Jakelwar-Goodooga Rd, between Bollon and Dirranbandi in the Balonne shire about 3.30pm.

Emergency crews arrived at the scene yesterday afternoon to find the car had rolled over.

Two other men, who were passengers, suffered minor injuries.

Police media said the FCU was on its way to the scene this morning to determine the cause.

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