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Two people have died and another is fighting for life after a three-car collision on a major Queensland highway north of Brisbane.

The crash happened on the two-lane D’Aguilar Highway at Caboolture around 5pm yesterday.

Police said a grey Ford Ranger was travelling east along the highway in Moodlu when it ploughed into a Mazda CX-3, carrying two young men, which then hit a Nissan Micra.

One of the new cases is linked to an infected nurse from Princess Alexandra Hospital.
A second woman has been taken to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a critical condition (Getty)
The incident occurred on the two-lane D’Aguilar Hwy near Caboolture, in south-east Queensland. (Google Maps)

The Mazda and the Nissan were both travelling west.

The driver and sole occupant of the Mazda, a 29-year-old Deception Bay man, and a passenger of the Ford Ranger, a 24-year-old Caboolture man, died at the scene.

Paramedics the driver of the Ford Ranger, a 51-year-old Caboolture woman, to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a critical condition.

The driver and sole occupant of the Nissan Micra, a 25-year-old Clayfield woman, and a passenger of the Ford Ranger, a 43-year-old Caboolture man, were transported to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Investigations into the incident are ongoing.

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