Gold Coast paramedics were kept busy overnight, responding to a number of incidents around the city.
Three people had to be hospitalised as a result of three separate collisions, while crews were also required at the scene of a house fire in the northern suburbs.
Emergency services were first called to a motorised scooter crash in Robina, which happened along the Robina Parkway around 6.30pm.
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A man in his 20s was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition as a precaution.
A man in his 40s then suffered a shoulder injury, after his motorcycle collided with a pole along Brighton Parade in Southport.
That happened around 7.00pm, with paramedics rushing to the scene.
He was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition as well.
In the early hours of this morning, paramedics were called out to a two car crash and rollover in Oxenford.
It happened on the Hope Island Road off ramp just after 2.00am, with one patient needing treatment for minor injuries at the Gold Coast University Hospital.
Paramedics were also required at the scene of a house fire in Upper Coomera, which broke out in the roof as a result of an air conditioning system.
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