Woman and toddler hurt in Glenwood highway crash
A WOMAN in her 20s and a toddler were taken to hospital following a single vehicle crash on the Bruce Highway last night north of Gympie.
Both patients were in a stable condition when paramedics transported the pair to Gympie Hospital after the 10pm crash near Bolderrow Rd, a Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said.
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Paramedics were called to a second single-vehicle crash in the region’s north west this morning on the Burnett Highway north of Goomeri.
A man in his 50s suffered lacerations to his head and chest injuries.
He was taken to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition about 9am.
A third crash this morning involving a truck and vehicle on the Bruce Highway caused huge traffic delays to both lanes of the Bruce Highway north of Gympie.
Paramedics assessed two people at the scene but neither required transport to hospital, a QAS spokeswoman said.
Another traffic incident 200m north of Bells Bridge added to major traffic delays in both directions.