An Australia Post truck has burst into flames in Central Queensland, incinerating two trailers worth of mail and parcels.
The incident occurred yesterday on the Capricorn Highway, in what is another blow for the drought stricken area.
We hope there weren’t too many Christmas presents and expensive goods on board.
Photos of the incident show two trailers completely gutted from the fire.
From all reports the driver and the actual truck was able to be freed from the trailers before the fire took over.
An Australia Post truck has gone up in flames on the Capricorn Highway, destroying Christmas presents and letters destined for drought stricken Queenslanders. https://t.co/wdAKPv9jp3 @haydennelson @auspost #CQ #7News pic.twitter.com/SqeliFhQAM
— 7 News Central Queensland (@7NewsCQ) November 14, 2018