QAS Ambulance responding

Paramedics were employed overnight on the Gold Coast and crews were called to multiple crashes across town that left six people hospitalized.

The first accident occurred around 6:40 p.m. when a vehicle was rolling on Niccy Road in Coomera.

A man in his forties was treated on-site for neck and back pain before being rushed to Gold Coast University Hospital.


Paramedics were called to Ashmore Road in Benowa just two hours later after a young girl sustained a hand injury in a collision with a parked car.

Three other people were also hospitalized after two cars collided on Hooker Boulevard in Broadbeach Waters at around 10:15 p.m.

A man in their forties had back and leg pain, a woman in their forties had head and leg pain, and a woman in their fifties had chest injuries.

All were brought to Gold Coast University Hospital under stable conditions.

Just before midnight, rescue workers were called to a car rollover on Karall Street in Ormeau.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesman told myGC that a pre-teens age girl was hospitalized in stable condition with back and neck pain.

Nobody else was hurt.