Ambulance QLD

Paramedics kept busy with four separate crashes on the Gold Coast

It’s been a busy night and morning for paramedics on the Gold Coast, with five people being taken to hospital following four separate crashes.

The first accident happened in Nerang just after 6pm, when a car and bike collided at the intersection of Nerang Connection Road and North Street.

A teenage boy was treated by paramedics for an arm injury before being taken to Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.


Just two hours later, emergency services were called to a motorised scooter incident on Remembrance Drive and Clifford Street.

The rider was taken to hospital for treatment of facial injuries.

Early this morning, at about 12am, paramedics rushed to Robina Parkway after receiving reports a motorcycle had crashed into a parked car.

A man aged in his 30s sustained an arm injury and was hospitalised for further treatment.

Meanwhile, a car and truck collided on Guara Grove in Pimpama just after 6am Thursday.

A man aged in his 20s was taken to Gold Coast University Hospital with facial, hand and chest injuries, while a teenage girl was taken to the same hospital with a knee injury.