Three patients assessed in vehicle rollover, one flown to hospital
A WOMAN has been flown to hospital after she was involved in accident on a beach, near Bundaberg.
The incident occurred on Sunday morning, about 10.30am, when the woman sustained injuries in a 4WD rollover.
When the 4WD was travelling along the shoreline, it started to fishtail in the wet sand, before flipping and landing on the roof of the vehicle.
Three passengers including the woman and two young children were seated in the vehicle at the time.
The rescue helicopter, as well as crews from QAS, QPS and QFES responded to the scene, at a beach southeast of Bundaberg.
First responders were able to successfully release all three passengers from the vehicle, shortly after the incident occurred.
QAS assessed the two child passengers, before transporting them to hospital.
The female driver was treated by paramedics from the RACQ LifeFlight Rescue and QAS, for suspected spinal injuries.
She was flown to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition.
The Forensic Crash Unit investigators are asking other people believed to have been in the car, or anybody who saw the car before or during the crash, to contact police.
Call Policelink on 131 444 and quote the reference number QP2001017659.