Teen hospitalised after car plunges off bridge into creek

A teenage boy has miraculously escaped serious injury after a car plunged off a bridge and into a creek on the northern Gold Coast.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesperson told myGC the vehicle was travelling along Cedar Creek Road around 6.30pm last night, when it lost control and crashed off a bridge into a creek below.

A male in his teens was treated at the scene by paramedics before being taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with spinal precautions and a leg injury.


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The spokesperson confirmed he was transported in a stable condition.

Three other occupants of the vehicle were also assessed at the scene by paramedics, however, the trio declined transport to hospital.

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