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Queensland Police are interviewing two people after a fatal single vehicle crash north-west of Brisbane.

Two people were killed and another is fighting for life in the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Emergency services were called to the horror scene on the D’Aguilar Highway at Barkers Creek Flat between Nanango and Kingaroy at 3.15pm on Sunday.

Queensland Police said there were reports a vehicle had crashed into a power pole.

However, details of the crash are sketchy, and “two people from a separate vehicle are currently assisting police with inquiries”, police said.

Forensic crash officers are investigating at the scene.

Police have appealed for “anyone who witnessed the driving behaviour of the vehicle prior to the crash or who has dashcam footage of the area at the time, to come forward”.

Source: 9News

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