A truck and a vehicle have collided on Tuesday afternoon, resulting in a four-wheel-drive rolling over on its side and leaking fuel. Police confirmed at 12.25pm, two drivers were travelling on North West Coastal Highway — a 36-year-old man driving a white Mitsubishi truck travelling north and a 24-year-old man driving a beige Toyota LandCruiser travelling south. Geraldton Traffic Police officer-in-charge Sgt George Tilbury said the 28-year-old drifted across the double white lines and struck the driver’s side of the Mitsubishi truck. The impact caused the Toyota LandCruiser to roll on to its passenger side. Department of Fire and Emergency Services were contacted due to hazardous fuel spilling on to the road. A DFES spokesperson confirmed no one was trapped inside the vehicle or seriously injured, but two DFES crews from Geraldton Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene to mop up the spillage. Police, DFES and SJA all attended the scene and the road was closed for two hours. Sgt Tilbury said the 36 year-old-man was taken to hospital as a precaution and sustained minor facial injuries. “It’s important drivers of motor vehicles always pay attention, as even momentary lapses in concentration can have devastating consequences. Both drivers were very lucky to escape without serious injuries,” he said. After police investigation, the driver of the Toyota LandCruiser was issued with an infringement for careless driving. WA Country Health confirmed the man was in a stable condition at Geraldton Health Campus.