Elderly man cut from New England Hwy crash wreckage

UPDATE 9.35AM: A man has been cut from the wreckage of a car involved in a crash on the New England Hwy south of Toowoomba this morning.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services used hydraulic cutting equipment to cut the roof off one of the vehicles involved to free the man and allow paramedics to assess him on scene.

The elderly man is understood to have suffered shoulder and neck pains in the incident.

Two other elderly patients involved in the collision have been treated by Queensland Ambulance paramedics on scene.

Initial reports suggest they were not seriously injured.

All emergency services remain on scene.

9AM: Emergency services have arrived at the scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the New England Hwy at Nobby.

Three people were in the two vehicles when they collided outside Steele Rudd Corner Service Station south of Toowoomba.

Initial reports are that they have escaped serious injury.

Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics have assessed the motorists involved.

Police have been called to the incident to assist with traffic control.

8.40AM: Emergency service are rushing to the scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the New England Hwy south of Toowoomba.

The crash occurred about 8.30am outside the Steele Rudd Corner Service Station at Nobby.

Initial reports are that up to four vehicles are involved.

Emergency services are arriving on scene.


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