Six people have been taken to hospital for treatment after paramedics responded to two crashes on the Gold Coast overnight.
Emergency services were first called to Bundall following reports two cars had collided on Ponciana Crescent.
It happened just before 9.00 pm, with four people needed to be assessed at the scene.
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They were then all taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital for further treatment, but are understood to all be in stable conditions.
A short time later, paramedics were called to another two-car crash in Upper Coomera.
It happened along Abraham Road around 10.00 pm.
Two people were assessed at the scene and taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital for further treatment.
They’re both in stable conditions as well.