6 crashes, house fire: Here’s what you missed overnight Qld

From Far North Queensland to Springwood, and everywhere in between, it's been a busy 12-hour period for the state's emergency services.

Here is the Queensland Ambulance Service daily round-up from late yesterday afternoon to early this morning.

Springwood - two-vehicle crash

Paramedics attended a two-vehicle crash on the Pacific Motorway at 5.24am. One male patient with suspected spinal injuries was transported in a stable condition to Logan Hospital.

Drewvale - single-vehicle crash

One stable patient was transported to Logan Hospital following a single-vehicle crash into a barrier on the Logan Motorway at 4.21am.

Flaxton - house fire

Paramedics were called to a private residence at 12.29am for a reported house fire. No patients were identified and no transports were required.

Mount Molloy - quadbike crash

A single quadbike crash was reported on Fraser Rd at 11.23pm. A male patient in his fifties sustained head and hip injuries and was transported by rescue helicopter to Cairns Hospital in a stable condition.

Upper Coomera - two-vehicle crash

A two-vehicle crash was reported on Days Road and Abraham Road at 8.40pm.  Paramedics, including critical care, assessed three patients. Two male patients, both in their teens, suffered chest and abdominal injuries and a female patient in her fifties sustained chest and hip injuries.  All patients were transported in stable conditions to Gold Coast University Hospital.

Logan Reserve - two-vehicle crash

A two-vehicle crash was reported on Logan Reserve Road and School Road at 7.30pm.  An elderly female patient was initially entrapped with serious chest injuries, she was transported with HARU officers in a serious condition to the Royal Brisbane Hospital.  A second female patient suffered thoracic injuries and was transported with Critical Care Paramedics in a serious but stable condition to Logan Hospital.

Booubyjan - single motorcycle crash

A single motorcycle crash was reported on private property near Ettrickdale Rd at 6.08pm. An adult patient sustained hip and shoulder injuries and was transported by rescue helicopter to Toowoomba Hospital in a stable condition. 



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