PHOTOS: Woman declines hospital treatment, Bruce Hwy shut down
A WOMAN has declined transport to Gladstone Hospital after she rolled a Mazda into an embankment beside the Bruce Hwy and hauled herself out of the vehicle.
A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said the woman had minor lacerations, believed to be caused by the seat belt, after she rolled her vehicle on the Bruce Hwy, about 6km south of the Calliope Crossroads.
"The female occupant declined transport to hospital," the spokeswoman said.
A convoy of emergency crews were at the scene, including two paramedic units, two firefighter units, and at least four police units.
Police have cordoned off the south-bound lane of the Bruce Hwy as clean-up crews mop up.
A SWARM of emergency crews has rushed to a rollover on the Bruce Hwy.
Two ambulance units, two firefighter units, and four police units were on the scene of the single-vehicle crash about 6km south of the Calliope Crossroads.
Paramedics and firefighters have just left the scene, but police continue to block one lane of traffic as they wait for clean-up crews.
Police are allowing one direction of traffic to pass the crash but traffic is moving relatively quickly.
The condition of those involved in the crash is still unknown.
The vehicle, a Mazda CX7, appears to have rolled with extensive damage to the its side.
More to come
PARAMEDICS are rushing to a rollover on the Bruce Hwy, about 6km south of the Calliope Crossroads.
Initial reports are that it is a single vehicle accident.
A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said paramedics received the 000 call at 10.18am.
She said the condition of those involved is still unknown.
It is understood police have shut down the south lane of the Bruce Hwy.
More to come