Two men airlifted after Boondooma crash
UPDATE, 5.15pm: TWO patients were air lifted in a serious but stable condition after a crash in Boondooma this afternoon.
A rescue helicopter transported the two men to Princess Alexandra Hospital.
The third patient involved in the crash sustained critical injuries and was not transported to hospital.
UPDATE, 2.30pm: TWO helicopters have arrived on scene of a single vehicle crash in Boondooma.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said paramedics attended to the three male patients involved in the single vehicle rollover at Munduberra Durong Rd.
A man in his 20s was seriously injured and paramedics reported a man in his 50s sustained head injuries as a result from the crash.
A man in his 30s was also entrapped with serious injuries.
EARLIER, 1.30pm: TWO helicopters have been tasked to Boondooma following a serious single vehicle crash this afternoon.
Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics are attending to the three patients involved in the crash.
A QAS spokesperson said two patients were still entrapped with serious injuries.
The vehicle rolled over into a tree on Mundubbera Durong Rd at 12.34pm on Monday January 14.