Man treated by critical care paramedics after Gold Coast crash

A MAN has spent the night in hospital with serious injuries following a nasty crash on the Gold Coast.

The man lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a pole at Nerang early this morning.

The city’s High Acuity Response Unit was sent to the scene on Mortensen Road about 1.10am.


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Queensland Ambulance said the male driver sustained abdominal and back injuries.

He was treated by critical care paramedics before being taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital.

The man was transported in a serious but stable condition.

The crash was just one of many that kept paramedics busy on the Coast overnight.

Two teenagers were injured in a two-car smash at Labrador just before 6.30pm.

It happened on the corner of Musgrave Ave and Turpin St.

The teens were treated by paramedics at the scene before being taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital.

They were transported in stable conditions with non-life threatening injuries.

Meanwhile, a motorcyclist was injured after colliding with a car at Gaven just after 7pm.

It happened on the coroner of Heslop Road and Binstead Way.

The rider was treated by paramedics at the scene before being transported to the Gold Coast University Hospital.

Queensland Ambulance said the rider was transported in a stable condition with buttocks and back injuries.

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