Police: six injured in Warwick crash
Six people attended hospital for observation after a crash on Tuesday between a taxi and a car on Middle Road in Warwick, police reported.
The vehicles were travelling in opposite directions when they struck one another near the junction with Spring Hill at about 1.50pm. The taxi driver and his three passengers attended King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, along with the car driver and his passenger.
All were later discharged. Both vehicles were also damaged.
Any witnesses were asked to call the main police telephone number, 295-0011.
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