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Two taken to hospital after multiple road emergencies south of Mandurah

A man and woman walked away without serious injuries after 4WD towing a caravan rolled on South Western Highway.

Emergency services were kept busy with multiple road incidents south of Mandurah on Monday.

Police and St John Ambulance were called to the intersection of Greenlands Road and South Western Highway after a 4WD, towing a caravan, rolled just before 10am.

The white 4WD rolled onto its roof while the caravan was left laying on its side.

A St John Ambulance spokeswoman said a man in his 70s and woman in her 60s walked away with little to no injuries.

She said both were taken to Peel Health Campus for a health assessment.

Firefighters put out a car fire on Forrest Highway.

Minutes later, firefighters were called to West Pinjarra after reports a Holden Cruze was on fire about 10:08am.

A Department of Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said crews were called to the southbound lanes of Forrest Highway.

It’s understood the driver heard a loud pop and had pulled over before flames engulfed the car.

Firefighters managed to extinguish the fire in under an hour.

The driver walked away without injury.

Photo: Waroona Police.

Around the same time, police were called to Coronation Road and South Western Highway after reports of a truck breakdown.

Waroona Police closed a section of the road and encouraged drivers to drive with caution in the wet weather.

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