SEVEN people, including five children, have been taken to hospital following a bus crash on the Gold Coast.
It’s understood the bus smashed into a number of parked cars on Brooke Avenue in Southport about 1pm.
Multiple ambulances were dispatched to the scene were paramedics assessed nine people.
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Queensland Ambulance said seven patients were transported to the Gold Coast University Hospital.
Among those taken to hospital were a teenage girl, three young children and a female infant.
A woman in her 20s and a man in his 50s were also transported with minor injuries.
Queensland Ambulance said all seven patients were in a stable condition.
Another two people, a teenage boy and a man aged in his 20s were assessed at the scene but not treated.
There are reports the driver of the bus passed out behind the wheel after suffering a medical condition.
#Update – A total of seven patients have been transported to Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition after bus crash at #Southport. A further two were assessed however did not require further medical assistance.
— Queensland Ambulance (@QldAmbulance) March 31, 2019