Emergency services on the scene of the Toowoomba Bypass crash.
Emergency services on the scene of the Toowoomba Bypass crash.

Teenager injured in two-vehicle smash on Toowoomba Bypass

UPDATE, 2.50PM: Queensland Ambulance Service officers are treating one patient after a truck and ute collided in the eastbound lane of the Toowoomba Bypass this afternoon.

A QAS spokeswoman said a man in his teens was being treated for lower limb injuries and seatbelt-related injuries.

Emergency services on the scene of the Toowoomba Bypass crash.
Emergency services on the scene of the Toowoomba Bypass crash.

The teenager has been transported to Toowoomba Hospital in a stable condition.

Both police and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services crews are also on scene.

EARLIER: Emergency services are rushing to the scene of a collision involving a car and a truck on the Toowoomba Bypass.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said emergency services received the call at 2pm and were on their way to the incident, which occurred between 3-5km from the bottom of the Bypass.

The collision occurred in the eastbound lane, the spokeswoman said.

The Department of Main Roads and Transport is advising delays are expected as a result of the crash.

The truck is believed to be a semi-trailer.

Two QFES crews, Queensland Police Service and Queensland Ambulance Service crews are on their way to the incident.

More to come.

Originally published as Teenager injured in two-vehicle smash on Toowoomba Bypass


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