UPDATE 9.30AM:

 THE truck which rolled down a hill into a home at Tanawha is now being assessed by police officers.

The impact caused by the truck is believed to have caused structural damage to the Main Creek Rd home.

A Police spokesperson said the man driving the truck and the 52-year-old man who sustained lower leg injuries when he was struck by the truck as it rolled down the hill lived in the home together.

UPDATE:

A 52-year-old man is being transported to hospital after being run over by a truck at Tanwha this morning. 

The man's leg was run over by a truck which rolled down a hill section of Main Creek Rd just before 8am.

It is believed the truck rolled down a driveway and when it struck the man. 

 

The scene of an accident at Tanawha in which a man sustained lower leg injuries after being hit by a truck which then struck the house. Photo: Nicola Brander / Sunshine Coast Daily.
The scene of an accident at Tanawha in which a man sustained lower leg injuries after being hit by a truck which then struck the house. Photo: Nicola Brander / Sunshine Coast Daily. Nicola Brander

EARLIER: 

 

EMERGENCY services have rushed to Tanawha this morning after a truck rolled backwards and hit a man.

The situation worsened when the truck reportedly crashed into a house. 

The car has rolled down a driveway on Main Creek Rd and struck a man aged in his 50s.

The truck has come to a stop at a property. 

The injuries at this stage are unknown.

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