UPDATE: Car launches into local swimming spot
UPDATE 9.10am:The usually quiet Bucca community was abuzz last night as emergency crews rushed to a sinking car at the Bucca Crossing.
The car left the road and launched over a hill before hitting the Kolan River, with two people inside.
The crash happened at 7.37pm last night on North Bucca Rd.
On inspection this morning, the car appeared semi-submerged at the local swimming spot with the roof and the boot of the car still visible from the river bank.
"A vehicle has failed to negotiate with a bend and has gone into the Kolan River," a South Kolan Police officer told the NewsMail this morning.
"Investigations are ongoing to determine the cause of the crash."
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said there were two people assessed but only one required transport to the Bundaberg Hospital.
He was in a stable condition.
The spokesman said the other patient declined treatment or transport.
Police investigations will continue.
More to come.
UPDATE 8.30PM: Two men were travelling in a car when it crashed into the Kolan River at Bucca tonight.
One man has been taken to hospital by ambulance.
EARLIER: Crews are on scene after a car is believed to have ended up in the river.
Initial reports suggest the incident happened at about 7.40pm.
Police, ambulance and fire crews are on the scene at Bucca, off North Bucca Rd.
More to come