September 1, 2019
Three people were injured when a dual-cab 4WD ran off the Burnett Highway and rolled early on Saturday morning.
Emergency services were called to the single-vehicle incident, just south of the intersection with Murgon-Barambah Road at Barambah, about 5:20am.
A QAS spokesperson said an adult male and two female children were transported in a stable condition to Kingaroy Hospital.
Paramedics and a rescue helicopter were called to the Wide Bay Highway after a vehicle ran off a bridge and fell down an embankment at Woolooga on Friday night.
A QAS spokesperson said the emergency services were called at 11:38pm.
They found three females who had removed themselves from the vehicle.
Two suffered suspected spinal injuries and were transported in a stable condition by road to Gympie Hospital.
The third, aged in her 20s, was treated for chest, head, pelvic and suspected spinal injuries at the scene and airlifted to Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.
A woman suffered minor injuries when her sedan left the D’Aguilar Highway and rolled near the Coolabunia Saleyards on Sunday morning.