ROLLOVER: Car in creek, child and adults taken to hospital
12.30pm | TWO adults and one child have been transported by two ambulances to Bundaberg Hospital.
A Bundaberg Ambulance Station paramedic said all three patients had sustained minor injuries when the vehicle they were travelling in crashed and rolled into a creek along Rosedale Rd.
She said all three patients were complaining of being cold as they had all been in the water.
One man has also been taken to hospital after his motorbike crashed on Pharlap Pde at Branyan.
The paramedic told the NewsMail he had a bleeding wound on his leg but that he had been transported in a stable condition.
11.45am | QUEENSLAND Ambulance Service paramedics are at the scene of a single vehicle rollover at Avondale.
Initial reports are a car crashed and rolled into a creek on Rosedale Rd.
It is understood at least one child and two adults were involved.
11.30am | EMERGENCY services are being stretched far and wide across Bundaberg this morning, with two crashes unfolding simultaneously in the region.
Crews responded to reports of one crash at Branyan at 11.04am.
Initial reports are a motorcycle crashed on Pharlap Pde, injuring one man.
It is understood paramedics are treating one male patient, who is believed to be the driver.
Police are also en route to the scene of a crash at Avondale.
QPS responded to reports of a car which crashed into a culvert on Rosedale Rd about 11.12am.
Initial reports are only one vehicle was involved, however, the condition the occupants are in is still unknown.
This is a developing story. Updates to follow.