Woman dies in fiery north Brisbane crash

Shae McDonald
AAP
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A person has died after a car crashed into a tree north of Brisbane.

A 36-year-old woman has become the second person to die on Queensland roads in one day following a fiery crash in Brisbane's north.

Emergency services were called to Kinsellas Road East at Mango Hill just after 1pm on Monday after a car left the road, rolled onto its roof and burst into flames.

Preliminary investigations suggest the woman lost control of the car. She died at the scene.

Police are urging anyone who witnessed the crash or has dash cam footage to come forward.

Photos from witnesses showed flames and smoke billowing into the air as paramedics, police and firefighters arrived at the scene.

Nearby resident Lauren Cowburn told AAP she heard a loud bang outside.

"Seconds later there were other loud bangs and then the car was in flames," she said.

Ms Cowburn said it had become a dangerous stretch of road as a result of the increasing number of cars.

"There was a serious accident there only a few months ago where a car flipped," she said.

The woman was the second person to die on Queensland roads on Monday.

An 80-year-old man died near Rockhampton in central Queensland after his car crashed into a tree about 6.20am.

A 61-year-old man also died after his motorcycle collided with a four-wheel drive on the Sunshine Coast on Sunday.