Multiple people hospitalised after four separate crashes, Gold Coast

Four people have been injured after various incidents across the Gold Coast overnight.

One person was taken to Pindara Hospital in a stable condition after a three car crash at Pinter Drive and Ferry Road just after 6.00pm.

Paramedics were then called to Burleigh Waters following a two car crash along Christine Avenue just before 10.00pm.


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A woman in her 30s suffered arm and neck pain, and was taken to Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.

In the early hours of this morning, emergency services were called to Tamborine, where a car had crashed down an embankment.

It happened around Beaudesert Beenleigh Road and Corbould Boundary Track around 1.20am.

A woman was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition with minor injuries.

While another woman has been hospitalised with a neck injury after her car collided with a trailer along Eton Drive in Oxenford just before 5.30am.

She’s also in a stable condition.

Also overnight, a Gold Coast man was tragically killed in a car crash in Logan.

Related article: Gold Coast man killed in horror multi-vehicle crash

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Its about time that those found at fault in major road accidents be subjected to a new driving test rather than just a minimal fine / loss of points.
May even remind drivers that its an offence not to indicate.
Too many drivers just don’t care about other road users.