Paramedics called to two serious crashes within 10 minutes on the Gold Coast

PARAMEDICS have been called to two serious crashes within 10 minutes of each other on the northern Gold Coast.

The first accident happened at Pimpama when two cars collided on Depot Road just before 1.30pm on Thursday.

Several people were said to have initially been trapped in the wrecked vehicles.


Queensland Ambulance said one person was eventually taken to hospital.

They were transported in a stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries.

Meanwhile, a man is in a serious condition following a motorcycle crash at Yatala.

Emergency services were called to the scene of the crash on Sandy Creek Road around 1.40pm, 10 minutes after responding to the first accident at Pimpama.

Queensland Ambulance said the man was being treated for serious back and chest injuries.

It’s understood paramedics were still on the scene, treating the man at 2.15pm.

Investigations into the cause of both accidents are continuing.

Anyone who witnessed either crash is urged to come forward and contact police.

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