Paramedics called to car fire and crashes across the Gold Coast

Paramedics were kept busy across the southeast overnight, attending a number of incidents on the Gold Coast and Logan.

They were first called to a two-vehicle crash in Logan Village. It happened just after 6.00 pm, with two people requiring assessment at the scene.

One had to be taken to Logan Hospital for further treatment and is believed to be in a stable condition. The second declined treatment.


Paramedics were then called to a two-vehicle crash on the Gold Coast, where two people were briefly assessed for neck pain.

The crash happened at the intersection of Manchester Road and Gooding Drive just after 8.00 pm.

The pair were taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in stable condition.

Later on, emergency services were called to reports of a car on fire in Upper Coomera.

The blaze broke out around 12.30 pm along Jefferson Court.

Paramedics were just on standby at the scene, with no one needing any assistance at the scene.

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Its about time that the persons responsible / at fault in these incidents be held accountable for the costs associated with the requirements for Ambulance, Fire and police responses. As well as a surcharge for any treatment required through the hospital system.
Maybe then some of the morons on our roads will think twice about their driving habits.