Seven recovering from crashes in Rocky/ Capricorn Coast

AT LEAST seven people are recovering in hospital following a horror weekend on Central Queensland roads.

Emergency services were run off their feet on Saturday and Sunday as they responded to a spate of traffic accidents across the region.

At least eight crashes were recorded across the two days with the most serious being a single vehicle accident on Razorback Rd in the early hours of yesterday morning.

A Queensland ambulance spokesperson said three men were transported to Rockhampton Base Hospital with trauma and head injuries after they were thrown from their vehicle in the crash which occurred around midnight.

The spokesperson said one man was transported in a serious condition.

Traffic was diverted to the Mount Morgan Ranges as crews worked to clear the Razorback route.

With the Easter holiday period just two weeks away, police are preparing to ramp up their road campaign.

WEEKEND CRASHES

 11.30am Saturday - Landcruiser runs off road and into creek on Lakes Creek Rd, Nerimbera. No injuries.

 11.45pm Saturday - Two-vehicle traffic crash on Lakes Creek Rd. On person with rib pain.

 Unknown time Saturday- Two-vehicle traffic crash at the Farm St and Yaamba Rd intersection. No injuries.

 3pm Saturday - Two-vehicle traffic crash at Farm St and Alexandra St intersection. No injuries.

 12am Sunday - Single-vehicle traffic crash on Razorback Rd, Mt Morgan. Three men taken to hospital, one critical.

 6.45am Sunday - Single-vehicle traffic crash on Yeppoon Rd. One man taken to hospital.

 8.30am Sunday - Single-vehicle traffic crash on Burnett Hwy, Bouldercombe. One male, one female taken to hospital

 9.20am Sunday - Quad bike crash at Yaamba. One male taken to hospital.



Warning of potential sink hole at tourism hotspot

Warning of potential sink hole at tourism hotspot

Residents have been urged to be cautious.

Damaged Rocky bridges to undergo repairs next week

Damaged Rocky bridges to undergo repairs next week

Detours in place and emergency vehicle access will be maintained

Ute rollover at Gracemere, vehicle believed to be totalled

Ute rollover at Gracemere, vehicle believed to be totalled

Emergency services are on route to the scene

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