Paramedics treating woman in two car crash at Boyne Island
UPDATE: 1.55pm NO SIGNIFICANT injuries were reported from the drivers or passengers involved in a two car crash at Boyne Island just after 12.20pm.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said paramedics assesses a woman in her 20s for abdominal injuries but she didn't require transport to hospital.
A Queensland Police spokesman said police will investigate the incident.
“There have been requests for tow trucks to attend to remove vehicles involved in the crash,” the spokesman said.
INITIAL REPORT: 12:32pm EMERGENCY services are responding a two car crash at Boyne Island.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said paramedics were called to the intersection of Pioneer Drive and Tuckers Road.
“We got the call at 12.22pm to reports of a two vehicle crash,” the spokesman said.
“Paramedics are currently assessing one female patient in her 20s who is reportedly suffering abdominal injuries.”
Police and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services have also been called to the incident.
Nobody is reported to be trapped.
The Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said paramedics at the scene had reported they don’t need any further assistance.
More to come.