Emergency services investigate the scene of an accident in which one vehicle was flipped on its roof at the intersection of Warrell and Payne streets.
Emergency services investigate the scene of an accident in which one vehicle was flipped on its roof at the intersection of Warrell and Payne streets. MAX FLEET

Motorist taken to hospital

A RED four-wheel drive rolled and one person was taken to hospital after a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Warrell and Payne streets, Millbank, yesterday.

Two other people were able to walk away from the accident with little or no injuries.

About 2.15pm, a silver sedan collided with the four-wheel drive, which was being driven by a P-plater.

The vehicle rolled with the force of the impact, coming to rest on a lawn outside a block of units.

Debris from the crash was scattered across the footpath and adjacent property, as emergency services workers made the scene safe and assessed the patients.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said three people were treated by paramedics at the scene.

“One conscious person was taken to Bundaberg Base Hospital,” the spokesman said.

Both vehicles were severely damaged, and Bundaberg Police is investigating the cause of the collision.



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