UPDATE: Child in critical condition airlifted to Brisbane
UPDATE: A child critically injured in a car crash at Scarness was airlifted to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital on Saturday night.
A QAS spokesperson said the girl was in high school but could not release future details as she was a minor.
A Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital spokesperson confirmed the girl had been admitted but could not provide further details for privacy reasons.
EARLIER: A rescue helicopter has been called in for a serious head injury suffered by a school-aged girl at the Boat Harbour Dr and Denmans Camp Road intersection.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson said it received a call at 5.04pm this afternoon about a two-vehicle crash.
QAS treated two patients on the scene, one being a female in her 40s who was transported to Hervey Bay Hospital in a stable condition.
The second patient was treated at the scene for a head injury and was transported to Hervey Bay Hospital in a critical condition to wait for transport by the rescue helicopter.
A fellow passenger in the white Suzuki ute who was travelling with the two females was not injured.
The driver of the second vehicle received no injuries.