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QAS morning roundup: July 8

Redbank Plains – two-vehicle crash

Paramedics transported a man in his mid 20s with a shoulder injury and arm pain stable to Princess Alexandra Hospital after a two-vehicle crash on School Rd at about 5am.

South Townsville – fall

A man in his 50s was transported in a stable condition to Townsville Hospital after falling at a site in Benwell Rd at about 3.40am.

Brisbane Airport – single vehicle rollover

At 11.47pm paramedics were called to a single vehicle rollover on Gateway Mwy on-ramp. A man and a woman were assessed by paramedics however, both declined transport to hospital.

Gooburrum – dog bite

Paramedics transported a woman in her 60s in a stable condition to Bundaberg Base Hospital following reports she was bitten on the arm by a dog at a private residence at about 11.45pm.

Nelly Bay – spider bite

A Nelly Bay man in his 20s was transported to Magnetic Island Clinic from a private residence at about 11.30pm for further assessment after being bitten on the face by a spider three days earlier.

Cairns City – two-vehicle crash

One patient with minor injuries was taken stable to Cairns Base Hospital after a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Abbott & Shields Sts at about 10.50pm.

Gheerulla – single vehicle crash

A male patient with a head injury and chest pain was transported to Nambour Hospital in a stable condition after a head-on single vehicle crash into a pole on Cedar Creek Rd at about 8.30pm.

Loganlea – single vehicle crash

Paramedics transported a young adult male with a facial injury stable to Princess Alexandra Hospital after a single vehicle crash into a pole at the intersection of Short St & Loganlea Rd at about 8.25pm.



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