Bruce Hwy chaos: Car on its roof third to crash
UPDATE: A vehicle has rolled on the Bruce Hwy, marking the third crash on the same stretch of road this morning.
The vehicle is on it's roof after crashing in the south-bound lanes of the Bruce Hwy at Nambour, 1km south of the Bli Bli Rd exit just after 10.20am.
One person has been taken to hospital suffering neck and back pain.
The rollover follows two truck crashes on the busy stretch of the Bruce Hwy this morning.
Just after 7am a truck crashed into a crane while it was heading south at Chervallum, causing south-bound traffic to bank up, and leaving one man with a minor head injury.
About 8.30am another truck heading south crashed at Kiels Mountain, Coming to rest in the median strip and leaking diesel.
A man was taken to hospital suffering from neck pain.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads reported traffic was affected in both directions and long delays were expected.
BREAKING: Traffic on the Bruce Hwy is backing up after a truck crashed into a crane in the south-bound lanes.
The crash happened at Forest Glen, just past the Ilkley Rd overpass, about 3km north of the Sunshine Mwy on ramp.
Witness Khylie Wood said it looked like the truck had hit the side rail.
"Windscreen and front end was smashed," she wrote on Facebook.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads is warning drivers to expect delays as lanes have been reduced.
A man involved in the crash has received a minor head injury. Paramedics are assessing him at the scene.