TWO people have been taken to hospital following a two-car crash on Tamborine Mountain.
Emergency services were called to the scene on Long Road about 8.50am.
Paramedics arrived to find two patients suffering from chest pain.
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They were assessed at the scene before being transported to the Gold Coast University Hospital.
Queensland Ambulance said the pair was transported in a stable condition.
#TamborineMountain – Two stable patients with chest pain are being transported to Gold Coast University Hospital following a two vehicle crash reported on Long Road at 8.51am.
— Queensland Ambulance (@QldAmbulance) June 2, 2019
Meanwhile, three people spent the night in hospital following two separate crashes on the Coast on Saturday night.
Paramedics were called to the first smash on Foxwell Road at Coomera just after 9pm.
Two people, including a man with neck pain, were transported to the Uni Hospital in stable conditions.
Crews were then called to a crash on Oxley Drive at Coombabah about 10.45pm.
A man in his 50s sustained a leg injury and was also taken to the Uni Hospital in a stable condition.