Raglan Parade collision slows traffic

A white Holden Commodore was badly damaged in a Raglan Parade collision on Monday morning.

A white Holden Commodore was badly damaged in a Raglan Parade collision on Monday morning.

POLICE are investigating the cause of a collision that closed two lanes of Raglan Parade at the Morriss Road intersection heading west on Monday morning. 

Leading Senior Constable Steve Parkinson said at 10am a 69-year-old Caramut man driving a white Holden Commodore collided with the back of Jeep wagon just before the intersection, causing it to spin around. 

The Commodore then hit a third car, he said.

"His car had to be towed away," Leading Senior Constable Parkinson told The Standard.

"There will be some charges.

"If any witnesses saw the vehicle driving prior to the accident, please contact me at the station."

A MICA paramedic and ambulance attended but drivers and passengers involved in the collision were not seriously injured.

The driver of the Commodore was taken to hospital for observation.

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