QAS Morning Round-up -Saturday 15 January 2022

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Queensland Ambulance Services provide a daily round up of their activities across the state
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Inglewood – shed fire

No persons have required QAS assessment at this time and QAS remain on standby for other emergency services at the scene of a large shed fire on Gledsons Road and Millmerran Inglewood Road at 2.25am. Note: incident is ongoing at time of report.

Coomera – single-vehicle rollover

Four patients were transported to Gold Coast University Hospital in stable conditions with minor injury following a single-vehicle rollover on Colman Road and Impeccable Circuit at 2.23am.

Wonndai – truck rollover

Three patients were assessed following a truck rollover on the Bunya Highway at 1.43am. Two patients were transported to Kingaroy Hospital stable and the third, a male in his 40s was airlifted to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital stable with a significant injury to the head.

Morven – single-vehicle rollover

Two female patients were transported to Charleville Hospital stable, one with chest and leg injuries and the second for precaution following a single-vehicle rollover on Killarney road at 12.48am.

Laidley – alleged assault

Paramedics assessed six patients following an alleged assault at a location off Patrick Street at 12 midnight.
Three patients transported to Hospitals.

  • A female in her 20s with head and shoulder pain to Toowoomba Hospital.
  • A male in his 20s to Ipswich Hospital with an arm injury.
  • A male in his 20s transported to Laidley Hospital laceration with minor arm injuries.

Manly – alleged wounding

Paramedics, including critical care and High Acuity Response Unit transported a male teenager to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition with chest injury following an alleged wounding off Cambridge Parade at 11.02pm.

Kangaroo Point – e-scooter incident

Paramedics transported a male in his 20s to Mater Hospital in a stable condition with a shoulder injury following an e-scooter incident on River Terrace at 10.19pm.

Clayfield – vehicle and e-scooter incident

A male patient with minor injuries was transported to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in a stable condition following a vehicle and e-scooter incident on Bartley Street and Reeve Street at 9.43pm.

Berserker – single-vehicle rollover

Paramedics transported three patients to Rockhampton Hospital in stable conditions following a single-vehicle rollover on Dean Street at 8.36pm. Two females in their 20s, one with minor injuries the second with back pain and a third patient for precaution.

Numinbah Valley - vehicle and motorcycle crash

Three patients were transported to Gold Coast University Hospital following a vehicle and motorcycle crash on Nerang Murwillumbah Road at 4.30pm.

  • A male motorcyclist in his 20s in a critical condition with head, chest, leg and arm injuries with High Acuity Response Unit on board.
  • A male in his 40 with chest injuries stable.
  • A female in her 40s stable with leg injuries.

Helensvale - multi-vehicle crash

Paramedics, including critical care and High Acuity Response Unit transported two patients to Gold Coast University Hospital in a serious conditions following a multi-vehicle crash on Hope Island Road and River Links Boulevard exit at 3.58pm.

  • A male in his 30s with head injuries.
  • A male in his 40s with head injuries.

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