Three adults, child hospitalised after Bruce Hwy crashes
ALL four people involved in multiple Bruce Hwy crashes at 12pm on the Sunshine Coast have been taken to hospital.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said a woman in her 20s and a toddler were taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital, as a precaution, both in stable conditions.
Two others, a man in his 50s and a man in his 20s, were also taken to hospital.
TWO men have been taken to hospital and a woman and child are being assessed by paramedics after multiple car crashes near the Bruce Hwy.
Emergency services were called to the Nambour Connection Road off-ramp on the Bruce Hwy at 12pm with reports of a single-vehicle crash.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said shortly after a second, two-vehicle crash occurred nearby.
She said a man in his 50s with hip pain and a man in his 20s with neck pain were taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
Paramedics are still on the scene assessing two other patients, believed to be a woman and a child.
The crash happened near Exit 210, Parklands and has affected traffic on the highway.
A Queensland Police spokesman said the northbound Bruce Hwy lanes were closed for about 40 minutes.