7 most serious accidents for QLD paramedics last night

LUCKY escapes saw the bulk of those caught up in the most serious accidents around the state overnight come out in a "stable condition".

A single vehicle crash at Giru, near Townsville, where paramedics transported a child and two women to hospital, was the only incident where emergency services faced a situation where a patient was in a "serious condition".

And Queensland Ambulance had no serious incidences to report across the Gladstone region.

Here's a list of the most serious incidences overnight:  

1. Inala - motorbike crash

A male in his mid-20s was transported in a stable condition to the Princess Alexandra Hospital after a motorbike crash on Corvus Street, Inala at 10.07pm.

2. Logan Central - fall from car

A female in her 30s was transported in a stable condition to Logan Hospital with a head injury after reportedly falling from a vehicle on Wembley Road and Leichhardt Street at 11.39pm.

3. Giru - single vehicle crash over bridge into water

Two females and a child were transported to Townsville Hospital after a single vehicle reportedly crashed over the Haughton River Bridge and into water on the Bruce Highway at Giru at 1.06am. One patient was transported in a serious condition.

4. Holmview - two-vehicle crash

Three patients were transported in a stable condition to Logan Hospital after a two-vehicle crash on Logan River Road at 4.32am.

5. Jimboomba - two-vehicle crash

One patient was transported in a stable condition to Beaudesert Hospital after a two-vehicle crash on Johanna Street and Mount Lindesay Highway at 11.28pm.

6. Robertson - road traffic crash

One patient was transported in a stable condition to the Princess Alexandra Hospital after a road traffic crash on Kessels Road at 1.39am.

7. Parramatta Park - house fire

Paramedics were called to a house fire on Gatton Street at 9.39pm. No patients required treatment or transport. Paramedics remained on scene for standby for QFES.