Queensland Ambulance Service generic ambulance. Picture: Dominic Elsome
Queensland Ambulance Service generic ambulance. Picture: Dominic Elsome

UPDATE: Young man hospitalised after Maranoa rollover

UPDATE, 10.49am:

Paramedics are taking a man to hospital after his ute rolled on the Injune Taroom Road in the Maranoa this morning.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesman said the man in his early 20s suffered a minor leg injury.

He is on his way to the Injune Hospital in a stable condition.

EARLIER:

A ute has rolled on a road leading out of the Maranoa this morning and emergency services are on their way to assess the scene.

Police and ambulances were called to the scene 40km east of Injune at Pony Hills on the Injune Taroom Road around 9.45am, February 24.

The driver is currently out of the vehicle, according to Queensland Police.

"It looks like they've got themselves out of the car," a QPS spokesman said.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesman said they've been called to the incident but are still on their way.

 

More to come...


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