QUICK RESPONSE: Emergency crews are now returning from the scene of a vehicle crash which injured two women, near Kilkivan, earlier this afternoon.
QUICK RESPONSE: Emergency crews are now returning from the scene of a vehicle crash which injured two women, near Kilkivan, earlier this afternoon. Tony Martin

UPDATE: Poor reception hampers crash effort

POOR phone and radio reception hampered rescue crews as they tried to report on the crash they attended at Rossmore Rd, Kilkivan earlier this afternoon.

Police said they had yet to receive some details because officers were still on the scene or on their way back and still in a poor reception area.

Queensland Ambulance Service reported transporting two women, 30 and 18 to Gympie Hospital from the scene, believed to be about 12km in from the Wide Bay Highway.

Their conditions were described as stable.

The crash occurred just before 2.30pm and a Queensland Fire and Emergency Service spokesman said the QFES crew left the scene at 3.46pm

EARLIER:

POLICE, ambulance and Queensland Fire and Emergency Service crews are on their way to a crash in Rossmore Rd, Kilkivan.

No further details about the seriousness of the crash or how many people are involved are available at this time.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesman said more would be known when police, fire or ambulance officers reach the scene.

.

Gympie Times


From theme park to Gympie - Rattler appoints new manager

premium_icon From theme park to Gympie - Rattler appoints new manager

The new general manager will start next month

First glimpse at new Gympie 'mega servo'

premium_icon First glimpse at new Gympie 'mega servo'

Planned 7ha development to hold 550,000 litres of fuel.

Gympie man punches partner, causes crash with child in back

premium_icon Gympie man punches partner, causes crash with child in back

Man takes tyre iron to car windscreen, court told.