A WOMAN has needed to be freed from her car following a nasty crash on the Gold Coast.
It happened where Muir Street meets Whiting Street in Labrador on Tuesday night.
The woman in her 20s was trapped in her car after colliding with another just after 6pm.
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Queensland Ambulance said the woman sustained chest and hip injuries in the smash.
It took emergency services roughly half-an-hour to make the scene safe before they could extricate the woman from the vehicle.
Once free, the woman was treated by paramedics before being transported to the Gold Coast Uni Hospital in a stable condition.
The occupants of the second vehicle were not injured.
Meanwhile, a second person also had to be cut from their car following a crash at Merrimac.
Paramedics were called to a reports of a car into a barrier on Gooding Drive about 8pm.
One person was trapped in the vehicle and had to be cut free by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.
They were assessed at the scene before being transported to the University Hospital in a stable condition.