Three-year-old girl hit by car outside ambulance station

A three-year-old was hit by a car at Sarina.
A three-year-old was hit by a car at Sarina. Hayden Johnson

A THREE-year-old girl is recovering after being hit by a car in Sarina.

The girl was with her mum when she was struck on Brandon St at 12.10pm today.

Luckily, the pair were right outside the Sarina Ambulance Station.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said a clinical care paramedic met the crew en route to the Mackay Base Hospital.

He explained this was a precautionary measure, due to the girls age and as it was believed she may have had a head injury.

He said the girl arrived in a stable condition.

Mackay Base Hospital have been contacted for an update on the girl.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman said it was investigating.

No charges have been laid.

Topics:  qas qps sarina

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Clare Atkinson Journalism Scholarship needs your support

IN HONOUR: Brightview's Lesley Atkinson is urging the public to help continue the Clare Atkinson Memorial Scholarship.

Help continue Clare Atkinson's legacy and the future of journalism.

Kilcoy gets a run at history

HONOURED: Somerset's Matthew Heck will carry the Queens Baton through Kilcoy next Tuesday.

Queen's Baton Relay celebrations to hit town next week.

Rain gives a boost to prices

ON THE RISE: Recent rain in the state is driving demand for cattle.

Cattle prices recover from last year's fall

Local Partners