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By Jeremy Sollars

A cleanup operation is underway on the Cunningham Highway just outside Goondiwindi this morning after a truck and trailer carrying a load of molasses rolled.
The incident happened around 7am today, Thursday 15 June, with Goondiwindi police giving the location as 10 kilometres north of Goondiwindi.
The driver is understood to be uninjured and the truck to belong to Nolans Transport.
A Goondiwindi police spokeswoman said the highway was open but traffic was slow while the cleanup takes place, with traffic control in place.

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