Two women were involved in a car roll-over on Yaamba Rd Thursday morning where their sedan reportedly rolled multiple times after hitting  truck.
Two women were involved in a car roll-over on Yaamba Rd Thursday morning where their sedan reportedly rolled multiple times after hitting truck. Steph Allen

Women injured in serious CQ car roll-over

UPDATE 12pm: PARAMEDICS took two women to hospital yesterday morning after a roll-over on Yaamba Rd.

A spokesperson from Queensland Ambulance Service said both women in their 20s were taken to Rockhampton Hospital in a stable condition.

BREAKING: PARAMEDICS are at the scene of a crash north of Rockhampton where a truck and car have rolled off Yaamba Rd.

Initial reports indicate crews were called to a truck and car crash on Terranova Drv and Yaamba Rd, Rockyview around 9.20am where two people are reportedly injured.

Crews reported a sedan "rolled multiple times" and was around 10m off the road.

 

Two women were involved in a car roll-over on Yaamba Rd Thursday morning where their sedan reportedly rolled multiple times after hitting  truck.
Two women were involved in a car roll-over on Yaamba Rd Thursday morning where their sedan reportedly rolled multiple times after hitting truck. Steph Allen

A 24-year-old woman was flung from the car on impact and has a head injury.

 

Two women were involved in a car roll-over on Yaamba Rd Thursday morning where their sedan reportedly rolled multiple times after hitting  truck.
Two women were involved in a car roll-over on Yaamba Rd Thursday morning where their sedan reportedly rolled multiple times after hitting truck. Steph Allen

Crews reported a 25-year-old woman also suffered a hand injury

More to come.



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