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By JONATHON HOWARD

A 24-YEAR-OLD Stanthorpe man lost control of his blue Mazda 323 and rolled across a paddock while travelling north near the Warwick/Toowoomba turn-off.

Warwick Police said the rollover occurred at about 4am on Saturday, 27 July. The man received minor injuries as a result of the accident.
It was unknown why the driver left the road, and police said they were continuing their investigations into the matter.

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