EMERGENCY services have been called to a two-vehicle crash involving a car and a truck at North Maclean.
A Queensland Police Service spokesperson said the crash was reported at the Greenbank Road and Mount Lindesay Highway intersection at 11.55am.
The spokesperson said no major injuries were apparent and police were on scene.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson said crews had arrived at the scene and assessed one person.
No injuries were suffered and no patients were transported to hospital.
This crash comes as Queensland’s peak motoring body, RACQ, asked Queensland drivers to pinpoint notoriously congested roads and intersections as part of a statewide survey.
Motorists can complete the Red Spot Congestion Survey by visiting www.racq.com.au/redspot Queenslanders before 11.59pm, March 6.
RACQ identified the Greenbank Road and Mount Lindesay Highway as the worst in Queensland last year.