UPDATE: Charges laid following three car crash

UPDATE: POLICE have arrested and charged a 34-year-old Darling Heights man following a three vehicle crash on December 4.

They allege the man crashed at about 6.15am, causing injury to two additional drivers before leaving the scene.

He was arrested about an hour later with minor injuries and transported to Kingaroy Hospital.

Police charged the man with dangerous operation of vehicle while adversely affected and driving while disqualified.

He will appear in court at a later date.

DECEMBER 4: EMERGENCY Services were called to a three-vehicle crash on the Bunya Highway on Monday morning.

One vehicle rolled in the crash, occurred near Fick's Crossing at 6.30am.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said one driver was transported to the Kingaroy Hospital with minor injuries and in a stable condition.

A second driver was treated at the scene but didn't require a trip to the hospital.

The third driver was uninjured.

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