Paramedics and the High Acuity Response Unit are responding to a vehicle rollover on the Brisbane Valley Highway at Fernvale on Monday afternoon.
Paramedics and the High Acuity Response Unit are responding to a vehicle rollover on the Brisbane Valley Highway at Fernvale on Monday afternoon.

UPDATE: Two patients transported to hospital after rollover

UPDATE 4.00pm

Paramedics have transported two patients to hospital after a single vehicle rollover at Fernvale on Monday.

A spokeswoman from the Queensland Ambulance Service said a male patient was taken to hospital suffering a head laceration and a female was also transported with hip pain. 

The incident occurred on the Brisbane Valley Highway at Millar Road at 2.55pm. 

Both patients were taken to Ipswich Hospital in a stable condition. 

Traffic was reported to still be delayed in the area as investigations into the crash continue. 

EARLIER

Paramedics and the High Acuity Response Unit are responding to a vehicle rollover on the Brisbane Valley Highway at Fernvale on Monday afternoon.

A spokesman from the Queensland Ambulance Service said two patients were entrapped in a vehicle that rolled on the Brisbane Valley Highway near Millar Road, at 2.55pm

A spokeswoman from the Queensland Police Service said traffic was being diverted through Millar Road with the Brisbane Valley Highway blocked in both directions.

Delays are expected.


Why your elective surgery is facing a big delay

Premium Content Why your elective surgery is facing a big delay

Delays expected for non-urgent elective surgery in Qld

‘Emotional’: Elation as NZ travel bubble opens

Premium Content ‘Emotional’: Elation as NZ travel bubble opens

Kiwis stuck in QLD jet home for first time as NZ travel bubble opens

DON'T MISS IT: Activate your free bonus for big rewards

Premium Content DON'T MISS IT: Activate your free bonus for big rewards

Did you know you can get even more – for free?