Gracemere man in serious condition after crash on Razorback

UPDATE 9.30AM: The 47-YEAR-OLD man who was in the utility has been flown to Royal Brisbane Hospital in a serious condition.

Rockhampton Hospital media spokeswoman Julie West said the 63-year-old man, who is also in a serious condition, and the 48-year-old could be transferred to Royal Brisbane Hospital later today.

UPDATE 9AM: A 63-YEAR-OLD Gracemere man sustained life-threatening injuries following last night's crash near Mt Morgan.

Initial investigations suggest that about 6.15pm a utility crossed onto the wrong side of the road and struck an on-coming car.

The men in the utility, aged 47 and 48, sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries.

All three men were taken to the Rockhampton Hospital.

Investigations are continuing.

YESTERDAY: THREE people have been taken to Rockhampton Hospital following a serious two-vehicle crash near Mt Morgan.

Two people were airlifted to the hospital and one was transported by Queensland Ambulance Service.

The crash took place on Razorback Rd.

More information to come.

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