Two paramedics been injured after their ambulance rolled following a crash in Burleigh Waters.
The ambulance was on its way to a medical job around 3.40pm when it collided with a four-wheel drive at the intersection of Bermuda St and Reedy Creek Rd.
It’s not clear if the ambulance was under lights and siren at the time.
The ambulance ended up on its side, trapping the two paramedics inside.
Fire fighters were forced to cut through the windscreen to free the pair.
They have since been taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in stable conditions with minor injuries.
A QAS spokesperson say the driver of the other vehicle declined treatment.
JUST IN | Reports that an ambulance has rolled after being involved in a car accident at Burleigh Waters.
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