VIDEO | Police looking for two drivers who may hold information about Mount Lindesay Highway fatal accident on April 22 at Woodhill

MORE INFORMATION: Police want to speak to two drivers who may be able to shed light on a fatal motorbike crash on April 22.
MORE INFORMATION: Police want to speak to two drivers who may be able to shed light on a fatal motorbike crash on April 22.

POLICE have released a video of vehicles whose drivers might be able to help with investigations into a fatal Woodhill accident on April 22.

The accident happened near the Woodhill Fire Brigade on the Mount Lindesay Highway, about 11.20am.

A motorcycle rider was killed when his bike struck a Mazda ute and a Ford Mustang. The Mustang caught fire.

Two white vehicles were heading southbound on the highway at that time. Police say they have not yet spoken to those drivers.

Investigators are appealing for the drivers or anyone with further information to contact police.

A ute driver received minor injuries in the accident. His passenger was uninjured.

The driver and passenger in the Mustang were unhurt.

The accident was one of a spate of crashes involving riders across Queensland.

Police were at Canungra earlier this month to speak to riders after a spike in incidents.

Beaudesert senior police officer said local officers had seen more instances of drug driving than drink driving in the past week.

"We want people to get the message that if you are going to be using drugs, do not drive," he said.

"Drugs like cannabis remain in your system for some time and it will show up on a roadside test."

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