One lane of the Bruce Hwy is closed after a crash at Aldershot.
One lane of the Bruce Hwy is closed after a crash at Aldershot. Valerie Horton

UPDATE: Two men and a woman treated after crash

UPDATE, 6PM: Two men and a woman have been treated in hospital after a crash at Aldershot on Monday afternoon.

A spokesman from the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service said a 58-year-old woman was being treated at Maryborough Hospital, while two men, aged in their 70s and 80s, were at Hervey Bay Hospital.

Each of the patients were in a stable condition, the spokesman said.

UPDATE, 12.55PM: One lane of the Bruce Hwy remains closed after a two-car crash at Aldershot.

Fire crews are currently working to clear the scene.

Two utes were involved in the crash. Tow trucks are at the scene to remove the vehicles.

Three people were taken to Maryborough Hospital.

UPDATE, 12.45PM: Three people have been taken to hospital after a crash on the Bruce Hwy at Aldershot.

Police and ambulance crews attended the scene of the incident.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Ambulance Media said three patients were assessed at the scene then taken to Maryborough Hospital for treatment.

She said information regarding injuries was not yet available.

EARLIER: Emergency service crews are arriving at the scene of a two-car crash near Aldershot on the Bruce Hwy.

The crash happened about noon at the corner of Herrenberg St and the Bruce Hwy.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Ambulance Media said no information was available regarding injuries as paramedics were yet to arrive at the scene.

More to come.



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