Emergency services have rushed to the scene of a two-vehicle at Glass House Mountains.
Emergency services have rushed to the scene of a two-vehicle at Glass House Mountains. Cade Mooney

Car T-boned, two people hospitalised in Bruce Highway crash

UPDATE: TWO people have been transported to Caboolture Hospital following a two-vehicle crash.

Another adult and five children were assessed by paramedics on scene but had sustained no injuries.

The scene is now cleared and vehicles have been removed.

Crews were initially called to the scene at Glass House Mountains at 11.40am, where a car had T-boned another.

The crash occurred on the Bruce Highway northbound off-ramp at the Johnston Rd overpass.

 

EARLIER: EMERGENCY services have rushed to the scene of a two-vehicle crash off the Bruce Highway.

Crews were called to the scene at Glass House Mountains at 11.40am, where a car has T-boned another.

The crash occurred on the Bruce Highway northbound off-ramp at the Johnston Rd overpass.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesperson said there were multiple patients but was unsure as to the extent of injuries with paramedics currently on scene.

It is unclear whether the crash is causing delays on the off-ramp or Bruce Highway at this stage.

More to come.



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