Paramedics have been kept busy on the Gold Coast overnight, with crews called to several crashes across the city which saw six people hospitalised.
The first accident happened around 6.40pm, when a vehicle rolled on Niccy Road in Coomera.
A man in his 40s was treated at the scene for neck and back pain before being taken to Gold Coast University Hospital.
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Just two hours later, paramedics were called to Ashmore Road in Benowa after a teenage girl suffered a hand injury after a vehicle crashed into a parked car.
Three other people were also hospitalised after two cars collided on Hooker Boulevard in Broadbeach Waters around 10.15pm.
A male in his 40s had back and leg pain, a female in her 40s had head and leg pain, while a female in her 50s suffered chest injuries.
All were taken to Gold Coast University Hospital in stable conditions.
Just before midnight, emergency crews were called to a car rollover on Karall Street in Ormeau.
A Queensland Ambulance spokesperson told myGC that a girl in her “pre-teens” was hospitalised in a stable condition with back and neck pain.
No one else was injured.