UPDATE: Forensic crash unit investigating serious rollover

UPDATE 6.40AM: POLICE are calling for public information after a serious traffic crash yesterday afternoon.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating the crash in Walloon which resulted in two men being seriously injured.

About 4.45pm yesterday a grey Holden Commodore sedan was travelling on Taylors Rd when the driver lost control his car rolled.

Two men were transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition with non-life threatening injuries.

Police are encouraging anyone who may have seen the commodore or have dash cam footage to contact Crime Stoppers on 131 444.

INITIAL, MONDAY: FIRE crews had to cut and injured passenger from a vehicle which flipped onto its roof this afternoon.

A man was trapped by his arm following the crash on Taylors Rd, Walloon, about 4.30pm.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service says one person was trapped near the sun-roof area of the vehicle.

Fire crews had the patient free by about 5pm.

Queensland Ambulance Service has confirmed a man aged in his 20s is being treated for leg and arm injuries, while another man is being treated for shoulder injuries and a female passenger has sustained abdominal injuries.



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