Motorway at standstill after military truck crash

A MILITARY truck has reportedly crashed into a car southbound on the Pacific Motorway, bringing traffic to a standstill southbound at Coomera.

Police and paramedics are on scene now but little detail is known about the crash which was reported just before 9am.

It comes after a busy night for emergency services workers who treated numerous patients after a series of crashes across the Coast over the last 24 hours.

Paramedics were reportedly first called to a crash involving a bicycle and a bus at Currumbin at about 6pm last night.

When they arrived at the scene of the crash on the Gold Coast Highway, emergency services took a man in his 40s to Tweed Heads Hospital for treatment.

Hours later, paramedics rushed one patient to Robina Hospital after a crash at the corner of Rio Vista Boulevard and Hooker Boulevard at Mermaid Waters.

Only one car is said to have been involved in the crash which happened at about 10pm.

Shortly after midnight, paramedics rushed to a crash at the corner of Ikkina Road and the Gold Coast Highway at Burleigh Heads but no one was taken to hospital.

Just before 6am today, a Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson said officers assessed one patient following reports of a crash involving a car and a truck on the Pacific Motorway southbound at Yatala.

In a totally unrelated incident, paramedics also rushed a woman in her 40s to Robina Hospital after injuring her wrist in a fall at Tamborine Mountain last night.

The woman was at the corner of Tamborine Mountain Road and Cedar Creek Falls Road just before 10pm.