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.
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.
#PostmansRidge - Paramedics are treating one patient following a truck and vehicle crash on the Toowoomba Bypass at 1.59pm.— Queensland Ambulance (@QldAmbulance) November 26, 2020
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