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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.

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