Emergency services are on scene following a two-truck crash at Booyal. File Photo.
Emergency services are on scene following a two-truck crash at Booyal. File Photo.

Three transported to hospital following two-truck crash

UPDATE 10.55AM:

A QAS spokeswoman said a man in his 70s is being transported to Bundaberg hospital in a stable condition. 

A woman in her 70s is currently being loaded into the rescue helicopter.

A third patient, who previously declined treatment, is now being transported by road to Childers Hospital.

EARLIER 9.20AM:

Emergency services are on scene following a two-truck crash at Booyal.

Paramedics are currently assessing three patients, including a woman in her 70s with injuries to her abdomen and chest and a man in his 70s with lacerations to his arms and legs.

According to a QAS spokeswoman, the trucks collided on Railway road at 8.19am this morning (January 29).

A QPS spokesman said one person was initially trapped in their vehicle, however all three have since been freed.

Police are now assessing the cargo carried by the trucks to ensure none of the material is volatile.

The rescue helicopter has been tasked.


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