Six assessed by paramedics after two crashes on coast roads

It’s been a busy night for paramedics, with six people assessed following two crashes on the Gold Coast.

The first accident happened on the Gold Coast Highway at Main Beach, when two cars collided just after 7.30pm.

Five people were assessed at the scene by Queensland Ambulance crews, however luckily no one needed transport to hospital.


Just after 3.00am this morning, a vehicle collided with a guard rail on the Pacific Motorway at Upper Coomera.

A woman, whose age is not known, was treated by paramedics before being taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital.

A QAS spokesperson said the woman was taken in a stable condition.