Eight people hospitalised after multiple crashes on the Gold Coast

It’s been a busy night for paramedics on the Gold Coast, with five separate traffic crashes requiring hospital transportation.

Eight people were taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital, including three children, as a result of the crashes.

Queensland Ambulance first responded to an incident in Labrador involving a police vehicle, where two teenage girls had to be transported for minor injuries.


It happened on Usher Avenue and Central Street around 7.00pm.

Around 8.40pm, two separate incidents happened around the same time. A single car crashed into a pole on Hamilton Avenue in Surfers Paradise, in which a man suffered minor injuries.

Meantime, in Currumbin Valley, a single vehicle rollover on Currumbin Creek Road saw another man suffer a head injury.

The High Acuity Response Unit attended the scene, though the man was transported in a stable condition.

Later on, a two vehicle crash happened on Dixon Drive in Pimpama, where three children had to be taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in stable conditions with minor injuries.

Then a motorcycle crash in Arundel around 10.00pm saw another man injured too.

Luckily, all eight patients were transported in stable conditions and are expected to make full recoveries.