Woman injured in smokey Kendenup crash

Albany Advertiser
Traffic on Albany Highway after the crash.
Camera IconTraffic on Albany Highway after the crash. Credit: Greg Dayman

A woman has been taken to hospital after a car crash near Kendenup this afternoon.

Traffic began to back up near the Albany Highway-Martagallup Road intersection after the accident around 2pm.

Albany Advertiser understands Shire of Plantagenet fire crews were at the scene for a bushfire when the crash occurred.

Fire, police and ambulance crews are on site and a smoke alert advice remains in the area.

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Truck driver Greg Dayman said truckies had been told the vehicles may have crashed due to the poor visibility.

Albany Highway has re-opened and vehicles are being filtered past the incident.

The Great Southern was rocked by three fatal crashes last week.

This story will be updated.

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