Police are calling on information from the public, over a serious crash that happened at Tamborine a couple of weeks ago.
Around 3.15pm on Thursday October 24, a black Jeep Compass was travelling southbound along Waterford Tamborine Road, when it lost control on a left-hand bend and collided with an oncoming blue Hyundai i30.
The 50-year-old woman driving the Hyundai sustained a head wound, internal injuries and numerous broken bones.
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She had to be cut free from her vehicle before she was transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition.
Meantime, her 72-year-old passenger sustained internal injuries and numerous broken bones as well, and was also transported to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition.
The 64-year-old driver of the Jeep suffered a broken pelvis and was transported to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.
Police are now calling for critical witnesses, who may have seen the crash unfold though fled the scene before police arrived.
Apparently there was an off-duty doctor who assisted the two victims in the blue Hyundai following the crash.
Police are also asking for anyone with dash cam footage from Waterford Tamborine Road just prior to the crash to come forward.
Investigations are continuing.