Elderly man trapped after car rolls in Booie
Senior Constable Peter Coe from Nanango Police Station attended the crash site after receiving a call out at approximately 2.pm.
"The driver of the vehicle was unable to get out and had suspected injuries to his hip and chest pains."
"QAS and QFES were required to potentially cut him out through the windscreen," Cst Coe said.
The two elderly male patients were driving west on Barkers Creek Rd towards Kingaroy when the car rolled over.
At approximately 2.30pm the driver, an elderly man from Wattle Camp, was pulled free from the vehicle and placed on to a stretcher to be transported to hospital.
The passenger, an elderly man from interstate, was able to self extricate himself from the vehicle.
Cst Coe said the passenger had minor neck pain and scratches to his body but was walking around and at this stage would not need to be hospitalised.
The road between Barkers Creek Rd and Wattle Camp Rd was closed for over an hour as emergency services worked to free the man from the vehicle.
A man has been cut out of a car after he was left trapped when the vehicle he was travelling in rolled at Booie.
He is suffering suspected hip injuries.
EMERGENCY services are still trying to free one of the two patients involved in a single car roll-over at Kingaroy Barkers Creek Rd and Wattle Camp Rd.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said they were alerted of the crash at 1.45pm and two patients were involved in the crash.
The patient trapped in the car has pelvic pain and the other patient has minor neck pain.
More of the story to follow.