News

Two cyclists taken to hospital after two separate crashes

7.20am: A SECOND cyclist has been taken to hospital after two separate accidents in Frenchville this morning.

Reports indicate a 26-year-old male was taken to hospital as a precaution after an accident with a car on the corner of Jard St and Frenchville Rd.

A man in his 40s was also taken to hospital after a crash on the corner of Dean St and Frenchville Rd. This cyclist has hip pain and was in a stable condition.

6.55am: ONE man has been taken to hospital from one of the two accidents in Frenchville this morning.

The Queensland Ambulance Service reports a male cyclist in his 40s with hip pain and in a stable  condition was taken to Rockhampton Hospital.

The cyclist was hit by a car Dean St and Frenchville Rd, Frenchville at 6.15am.

6.30am: EMERGENCY services are responding to reports of a second accident involving another cyclist in Frenchville.

The new reports indicate there is a second accident involving a cyclist and a vehicle - this accident is on the corner of Jard st and Frenchville Rd.

It is believed a 26-year-old male cyclist is involved in the second crash.

No information about possible injuries from either crash are available yet.

6.25am: EMERGENCY services are responding to an accident in Frenchville where a cyclist and a vehicle have collided.

Reports indicated the crash has occurred on the corner of Dean St and Frenchville Rd.

There is no indication of injuries yet.

Topics:  accident, bike, cyclist, dean st, frenchville, frenchville rd, jard st




Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

3 easy dinner recipes your kids will love, and so will you

No Caption

THERE is a middle ground! Dinners fit for kids and adults.

How to reduce your child's risk of food allergies

ABOUT 90% of food allergies are caused by just seven foods.

5 good mental health habits for kids (and parents)

CRYING OUT FOR HELP: The demand for counselling support for children and young people is increasing.

FORMING good habits early is critical for your child's mental health.

Smack or no smack - where do you stand?

THE debate is reignited - is smacking acceptable?

Susie O'Neill: Why I stopped smacking my children

Swimming legend Susie O'Neill says she has stopped smacking her kids.

“I (smacked) because that’s what I knew growing up."

Introducing a step-parent into the family

Introducing a step-parent into the family can be stressful for the children, as well as the new parent.

THERE is no easy way to introduce a step parent into the family.

Dr McPhee talks win for rural docs

HEALTHY MOVE: Dr Ewen McPhee in his new office.

Dr Ewen McPhee talks win for rural docs

CQ man still missing in Nigeria after kidnapping

NIGERIA: Three Australian men are missing after a kidnapping in Nigeria on Wednesday, which is believed to have to involved this car.

Fate of three Australian men still unknown

Yeppoon up with the state's best as house prices rebound

Agent Adam Cook (right) says coast homes are now more affordable.

Capricorn Coast homes, once out of reach, are now more affordable

Latest deals and offers

Justice Lucy McCallum

Justice Lucy McCallum

Justice Lucy McCallum says she reduced Oliver Curtis's sentence due to comments...

Anthony Lynham on the Mount Morgan Mine

Queensland Minister for Natural Resources and Mines, Dr Anthony Lynham talks about...

Fitroy Basin River report 2014-5

Nathan Johnston announces the 2014-15 Waterway health report card at the Fitzroy...

Yeppoon up with the state's best as house prices rebound

Agent Adam Cook (right) says coast homes are now more affordable.

Capricorn Coast homes, once out of reach, are now more affordable

Is this state’s cheapest house?

BARGAIN BUY: Is this North Bundaberg property the cheapest home in Queensland?

Becoming a real estate mogul is all about risk and reward