Bruce Highway reopened to one lane after motorhome crash
UPDATE 1.40PM: A SINGLE-VEHICLE accident took place on the Bruce Hwy, just south of Raglan Tavern at about 11am on Friday.
An elderly driver of a campervan lost control of his vehicle and overturned after over-correcting the van.
The 78-year-old was driving southbound on the Bruce Hwy when the crash occurred, which trapped him in the van for about 30 minutes.
Fuel was leaking, and a small fire started but was quickly controlled, as an off-duty nurse comforted the man.
The highway was closed for a short time to recover the vehicle, but police said there would be another closure later on Friday afternoon for tow trucks to remove the vehicle.
The RACQ Careflight Helicopter was called but was not required on scene.
12.55pm: THE Bruce Highway has reopened with one lane of traffic following a crash involving a motorhome at Raglan earlier.
12.20pm: BOTH people are now reportedly out of the vehicle.
It is also believed the vehicle, a light truck converted into a motorhome, is off the road.
11.50AM: ONE person is still trapped in a motorhome that is on its side on the Bruce Highway.
Police have arrived at the scene of the crash which has closed the highway out the front of the Raglan Pub.
Initial reports were that the motorhome had caught on fire. It is believed that fire is now out.
However, there is fuel all over the road.
11.40AM: EMERGENCY services are racing to the Raglan Pub on the Bruce Highway after reports of a major incident.
It is believed two people are trapped in a motorhome that is on its side and on fire out the front the pub.