UPDATE: Bruce Hwy crash victim suffering from injury to abdomen

LATEST: The patient from this morning's crash has been taken to Rockhampton Hospital.

A hospital spokeswoman confirmed he is in a stable condition.

UPDATE: PARAMEDICS are still on scene at a serious traffic crash where they are currently treating a male patient on scene.

A QAS spokeswoman said the man is suffering from chest pain and an injury to his abdomen

"The patient is about to be taken to hospital, probably Gladstone but we are still unsure," she said.


7.10am: THE single occupant of a vehicle that crashed on the Bruce Hwy near Marmor this morning is being assessed by paramedics.

It has been confirmed by a QAS spokeswoman the patient is now out of the vehicle and is conscious and breathing.

Queensland Police are on scene and are making the scene safe.



6.55am: PARAMEDICS are on scene at a single-vehicle crash on the Bruce Hwy between Marmor and Raglan.

Initial reports suggest a male patient may be trapped inside a vehicle, however, it has yet to be confirmed.

The vehicle in question is believed to be leaking fuel.

A Queensland Ambulance Services spokeswoman said the occupant is conscious and alert.



The extent of his injuries is still unknown.

Updates to follow.

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Gladstone filmmaker strikes gold at Capricorn Film Festival

Clifton Schulke receives his trophy from the judges, after taking out the CAPS Open Category at Capricorn Film Festival, December 16, 2017.

Gladstone's Clifton Schulke won CAPS Open category at the Film Fest.

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Australian actors David Berry and Bianca Brady.

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