UPDATE: Man flown to Bundy Hospital after Booyal rollover
UPDATE: A man was flown to Bundaberg Hospital after his truck rolled at Booyal on the Bruce Highway this afternoon.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said the man was in a stable condition, but suffered head and arm injuries after the truck and semi-trailer combo rolled outside Booyal Central State School at 3.15.
The highway was partially closed following the crash, but has been temporarily re-opened.
A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the highway would be closed again when heavy vehicle recovery crews arrived to get the semi back on its own wheels.
UPDATE: The RACQ LifeFlight rescue chopper has landed at the scene of a truck rollover at Booyal.
The truck and semi-trailer combo's driver is in the hands of paramedics, who are assessing him for injuries.
The truck rolled outside Booyal State School at 3.15 this afternoon, leaving a section of the Bruce Highway partially blocked, though traffic can still get through if needed.
EARLIER: Part of the Bruce Highway is blocked and emergency services are en route to a truck and semi-trailer combo which rolled at Booyal this afternoon.
A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the semi rolled opposite Booyal Central State School at 3.15pm.
One lane of the Bruce Highway is closed, but traffic is still able to get through.
He said there was no information on injuries at this time.