$40 million of marijuana goes up in smoke after Queensland drug bust | 7NEWS

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It will go down as the biggest cannabis crop bust in Queensland history, and it’s all because police stopped a van on the Warrego Highway.

$40 million worth of marijuana is now being destroyed near Kingaroy.

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