A TEENAGE boy is dead and 11 other people have been hospitalsted following four separate accidents on Gold Coast roads overnight.
The first accident happened on Tamborine Oxenford Road at Oxenford a little after 3.30pm on Sunday. Police said a Mitsubishi Lancer with four people inside collided with a Toyota Utility carrying a mother and her two small children.
A 15-year-old boy died at the scene while six others were rushed to Gold Coast University hospital with various injuries. More information can be found here.
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A few hours later, emergency services were called to Burleigh Heads after a collision between a car and motor scooter on Goodwin Terrace at 6.16pm.
A woman was treated at the scene before being taken to Gold Coast Robina Hospital with a facial injury.
Just a few minutes later, at 6.24pm, three people were injured in a two-car smash at the intersection of Markeri Street and Robina Parkway.
The trio, one of whom was treated for spinal precautions, were taken to Gold Coast University Hospital.
Early this morning, at 1.08am, a man was also taken to hospital after a single-vehicle crash on Central and Franks Streets in Labrador.
Queensland Ambulance confirmed he was transported in a stable condition.
Emergency services are pleading with motorists to drive with caution on the roads.