Serious traffic crash Mount Glorious and Oakhurst

Serious traffic crash

Police Queensland - serious traffic crashOakhurst (Maryborough)
May 28, 2016

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating following a serious single vehicle traffic crash in Oakhurst, west of Maryborough overnight.

Initial investigation indicate at 9:40pm a car was travelling west on Maryborough – Biggenden Road when it left the road, rolling several times before coming to a stop.

The driver, an 18-year-old Dunmora man, was transported to the Hervey Bay Hospital in a serious condition.

An 18-year-old man from Oakhurst who was a passenger in the vehicle was transported to Maryborough Base Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

Investigations are continuing.

Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or 24hrs a day.

Serious traffic crash

Mount Glorious
May 25, 2016

Police are investigating a serious traffic crash that occurred on Mount Glorious this afternoon.

Around 3.45pm, a car and a motorcycle have collided on Mount Glorious Road.

The 31-year-old male rider of the motorcycle was airlifted to the Royal Brisbane Hospital with serious injuries.

The driver of the car was treated for minor injuries.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.

Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or 24hrs a day.

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