Gold Coast paramedics called to multiple crashes overnight

Emergency services have been kept busy on the Gold Coast overnight, getting called to a number of car crashes.

Crews were first called to Tallebudgera Valley just before 7.00 pm, following reports of a single-car crash.

A man was assessed at the scene along Nancol Drive for a facial injury and multiple abrasions, before being taken to hospital for further treatment.


He’s understood to be in a stable condition at the Gold Coast University Hospital.

A little later, paramedics were called to the Gold Coast Highway and Coolangatta Road following reports of a two-car crash.

A man had suffered some neck pain in the collision around 8.30 pm and had to be taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.

There was then a motorbike crash on Golden Four Drive in Bilinga around 5.15 am today.

The motorcyclist had to be taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital with unspecified injuries, however, they’re in a stable condition.

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