FIVE people – including two children – have been taken to hospital following a six car crash in Brisbane.
The vehicles came to grief on the Turbot Street on-ramp to the Pacific Motorway around midday on Sunday.
A fleet of ambulances was dispatched to the scene to treat the injured and transport them to hospital.
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In total, three adults and two children needed tending to and were transported to various hospitals across the city.
A Queensland Ambulance spokesperson said all five patients had only minor injuries and were in stable conditions.
The pile-up has thrown traffic into disarray, with those heading north into the CBD experiencing lengthy delays.