One of the vehicles involved in Friday evening’s crash near Kaimkillenbun (Photo: RACQ LifeFlight)

August 22, 2020

Three people  – including a young boy – have been airlifted to hospital after two trayback utes collided head-on near Kaimkillenbun on Friday evening.

Emergency services were called to the crash on Dalby-Cooyar Road at 6:54pm.

A QAS spokesperson said multiple paramedic units treated four patients at the scene.

A male toddler with head and arm injuries was airlifted by the RACQ LifeFlight helicopter in a critical condition to the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

A man in his 40s, with chest, back and abdominal injuries; a man in his 60s with chest, back and lower leg injuries; and a man  in his 30s with minor injuries were all transported in a stable condition by road ambulance to Dalby Hospital.

A 9:15pm, LifeFlight were called to Dalby Hospital to transfer two of the men – one aged in his 40s and one in his 60s – to Toowoomba Hospital for further treatment.

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QAS paramedics transported one patient to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition after a single-vehicle crash on Bowman Road and Crumpton Drive at Blackbutt at 4:03am on Saturday morning.

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A male in his 20s suffered  an arm injury following a single-vehicle rollover on Yabba Creek Road at 6:00pm on Friday night. He was transported in a stable condition to Gympie Hospital.


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