Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics are still on the scene where multiple car crashes have occurred off the Bruce Hwy.
Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics are still on the scene where multiple car crashes have occurred off the Bruce Hwy.

Three adults, child hospitalised after Bruce Hwy crashes

UPDATE 1.30pm:

ALL four people involved in multiple Bruce Hwy crashes at 12pm on the Sunshine Coast have been taken to hospital.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said a woman in her 20s and a toddler were taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital, as a precaution, both in stable conditions.

Two others, a man in his 50s and a man in his 20s, were also taken to hospital.

Earlier 12.46pm:

TWO men have been taken to hospital and a woman and child are being assessed by paramedics after multiple car crashes near the Bruce Hwy.

Emergency services were called to the Nambour Connection Road off-ramp on the Bruce Hwy at 12pm with reports of a single-vehicle crash.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said shortly after a second, two-vehicle crash occurred nearby.

She said a man in his 50s with hip pain and a man in his 20s with neck pain were taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

Paramedics are still on the scene assessing two other patients, believed to be a woman and a child.

The crash happened near Exit 210, Parklands and has affected traffic on the highway.

A Queensland Police spokesman said the northbound Bruce Hwy lanes were closed for about 40 minutes.



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