Five hospitalised after multiple crashes on the Gold Coast

It’s been a busy night for emergency services on the Gold Coast after a series of crashes that left five people in hospital.

It started in Tamborine Mountain just after 8pm on Friday after a car went down an embankment before hitting a number of trees near Tamborine Mountain and Cedar Creek Falls Roads.

Paramedics, including critical care transported a woman to Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition with chest injuries.


Just after 11pm, a woman crashed into a barrier on the M1 through Pimpama.

She was taken to the University Hospital with neck and back pain.

Around half an hour later a young man allegedly crashed into a pole at the intersection of Salvado Drive and Pitcairn Way in Pacific Pines.

He suffered leg and head injuries and was taken to hospital in a stable condition.

Another man was assessed at the scene but didn’t require further treatment.

This morning, a woman was taken to hospital after crashing her car along Brisbane Road around 3.45am.

A woman in her 20’s was also hospitalised after her car collided with a truck on Central Street, Labrador around 6.30am.

Queensland Ambulance has said she is in a stable condition with head and neck pain.