Three people have been hospitalised following a spate of car crash incidents on the Gold Coast overnight.
Paramedics were first called to Southport, following reports of a two vehicle collision at Ferry Road and Winchester Street just after 6.00pm.
A male patient suffered a lower leg injury, and was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.
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Around the same time, crews were also called to an incident in Robina, where a car towing a caravan rolled on the M1.
It happened in the southbound lanes around 6.10pm.
A man was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition as a precaution.
Later on, a person suffered head and neck injuries after their car ploughed into a fence in Southport.
It happened along Baratta Street just after 11.00pm, with critical care paramedics also called to the scene.
They’re understood to be in a stable condition at the Gold Coast University Hospital.