Four hospitalised following multiple crashes, Gold Coast

It’s been a busy night for paramedics on the Gold Coast, with a number of car crashes.

Four people had to be taken to hospital after three separate crashes.

Paramedics were first called to a crash in Labrador, where a car had slammed into two parked cars on Turpin Road around 7.00pm.


A male patient in his 70s was treated briefly at the scene before being taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition for observation.

A short time later, paramedics were called to Main Beach, following reports four people were injured when a car crashed into a pole.

It happened along Seaworld Drive at 8.15pm.

Paramedics assessed four people at the scene, two were lucky to escape serious injury, while a man and woman were both taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital with neck pain.

They’re both in stable conditions.

Later on, crews rushed to another car crash in Reedy Creek, where a man had suffered chest and abdominal pain after crashed into a tree.

It happened along Old Coach Road just before 1.00am.

The man was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.