Lucky drivers escape injury in six separate crashes on Coast
ALL traffic crashes on the Sunshine Coast have been cleared with no injuries recorded.
However, police have advised of a sixth incident where a traffic controller was struck by a car at Evan Street, Maroochydore. The traffic controller was not hurt in the incident.
Police advise traffic on the Bruce Highway should be flowing again at Tanawha with all damaged vehicles now removed from the scene.
Traffic is again flowing freely in the northbound lane.
The driver of a Queensland Rail vehicle that rolled at Eudlo Road, Eudlo, is out of his 4WD and is uninjured. Emergency services remain ai the scene.
A woman and her four children who were in a car that went over an embankment on Black Mountain Range Road at Cooroy (not Black Mountain Road, Black Mountain as previously reported) are out of their vehicle unharmed. The vehicle, which was on its side, has been removed.
A truck that rolled on the Sunshine Motorway at Mountain Creek has been cleared away. The driver, although shaken up, was not hurt.
A car that crashed into a property at Cogill Road at Buderim has been removed. The driver was not hurt.
- Queensland Rail vehicle on its roof at Eudlo
- Northbound Bruce Hwy lane blocked at Tanawha
- Mother and four children in Black Mountain crash
- Crash cleared from Cogill Rd, Buderim
- Landscaping truck rolls on Sunshine Motorway
Eudlo smash fifth crash on wet roads
There has now been a fifth crash as wet weather continues on the Sunshine Coast, at Eudlo Road, Eudlo where a four-wheel drive has rolled.
The car, a Queensland Rail vehicle, is believed to be on its roof with a man inside.
His condition is not known.
Meanwhile, police are reporting the crash on the Bruce Highway involved four cars, not three, but one of the cars involved left the scene before emergency services arrived.
None injured in three-vehicle crash at Tanawha
The Bruce Highway crash at Tanawha is believed to have involved three vehicles. No-one has been injured in the crash. The northbound lane remains blocked.
The crash is near the Sunshine Motorway/Sippy Downs exit.
Mother and four children plunge down embankment
A car carrying a mother and her four children has crashed down an embankment at Black Mountain Road, Black Mountain, in the third crash in only about half an hour on the Sunshine Coast.
Emergency services are believed to be en-route to the crash.
Police say it is believed the car is in an unstable location and one of the children may be in shock.
The car in the Buderim crash is believed to have been removed.
There are now reports of another incident on the Bruce Highway, near the Sunshine Motorway at Tanawha. The Northbound land is understood to be blocked.
Truck rolls at Mountain Creek
A LANDSCAPING truck has rolled on the Sunshine Motorway at Mountain Creek.
Police say the driver is out and appears to have escaped serious injury.
Police have just arrived on the scene, along with firefighters and paramedics.
It not clear whether the crash is blocking traffic.
At the same time reports are coming through of a single-vehicle crash at Cogill Road, Buderim.
The car is believed to have run off the road.
No other details are currently available.
Both crashes have happened as a heavy downpour hits the Sunshine Coast.