UPDATE 11.50AM: The driver of a truck involved in a crash that cut off one lane of traffic on the Bruce Hwy this morning has taken to social media to apologise for "any inconvenience caused".
Emergency service crews responded to a two-truck collision at South Isis about 6.25am.
A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said the impact of the crash forced one prime mover into a ditch while the other landed on its roof.
One of the drivers was Ben Thomas, who posted to Facebook shortly after 11am.
"Well, my Monday didn't start off as I thought it would.....I was going to work as I usually do on a Monday, and then, this happened," Mr Thomas said, referring to a picture he shared of the truck on its roof.
"Yes, it was me that stopped the highway today, did I mean it? No.
"So, my apologies for any inconvenience caused."
He thanked "all those who stopped and showed concern for me and the driver of the other truck".
"We are both okay, a few sore spots to be expected, and lots of twisted steel," Mr Thomas said.
"To Kurt and Antony from the fire rescue, Donna and her team from the ambulance, Mel from the police, and the cleanup crew from Clayton's Towing, a big Thank You from us here at Red Dirt Haulage and Earthworks."
UPDATE: TWO people have been taken to hospital after their trucks collided on the Bruce Hwy.
An officer on scene told the Chronicle a 44-year-old man was turning right heading south onto the highway from Gelsominos Rd about 6.20am Monday.
A 54-year-old man travelling south in a Mary Valley Milk truck on the highway, was allegedly unable to slow down in time and drove into the second trucks rear.
The milk truck then landed in an embankment on the side of the highway and the second truck rolled onto its roof in the middle of the road.
A third car clipped the truck in the middle of the road however the driver was not injured.
The 44-year-old was taken to Childers Hospital and the 54-year-old was taken to Bundaberg Hospital.
Both suffered minor injuries.
Police are investigating.
UPDATE: Two people have been taken to hospital after two trucks collided at South Isis this morning.
A QAS spokesman said one person was taken to Childers Hospital and another was taken to Bundaberg Hospital with minor injuries.
One truck remains in the middle of the road.
The Bruce Highway is currently down to one lane and traffic is being directed by police officers.
EARLIER: EMERGENCY services crews have rushed to the scene of a head-on crash involving two trucks.
The crews responded to the collision on Gelsomino Rd, South Isis at 6.25am.
A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said the impact of the crash had forced one prime mover into a ditch while the other is currently blocking the road.
"The driver of the prime mover has possible serious injuries," the QPS spokewoman said.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said two people were involved in the crash and paramedics were still on scene.
One of the trucks remain in the middle of the road.