Generic ambulance pic.
Generic ambulance pic.

UPDATE: Two hospitalised and road blocked after rollover

UPDATE: 6.40pm:

Two people have been hospitalised after a crash on a southwest highway earlier today.

Queensland Ambulance Service Southwest has confirmed they are being transported to Goondiwindi Hospital in a stable condition with minor injuries.

The Barwon Highway near North Talwood is partially blocked while tow trucks remove the vehicles from the scene.

 

UPDATE: 5.15pm:

Two cars, both towing caravans have been involved in a traffic crash near the corner of the Barwon Highway and Pinehills road near Weengallon, east of St George.

Both vehicles have rolled, according to Queensland Police.

Paramedics are currently treating two patients, one with minor injuries and another with suspected neck injuries, although no one has been transported yet.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services are still on scene.

 

UPDATE, 4.30pm:

Multiple vehicles have been involved in a crash 100km west of Goondiwindi, near North Talwood.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services believes two caravans and two cars have been involved.

Three QFES crews are on their way.

Paramedics and police are yet to arrive on scene.

 

EARLIER:

EMERGENCY services are on their way to an incident at North Talwood.

The Western Star believes there has been a multi-vehicle crash near the Barwon Highway town just after 3.30pm.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the incident occurred 100km west of Goondiwindi.

"We've got crews on the road going there," the spokesman said.

Ambulance crews are also on their way.

 

More to come...


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