At least one injured in truck rollover south of Mackay
ONE person is being airlifted from a crash north of Rockhampton.
The RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service is reportedly preparing to transport a man involved in the accident to Rockhampton Hospital.
The RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service says six people were involved in the accident at St Lawrence.
FOUR people were involved in a reported truck rollover near the Central Queensland town of St Lawrence this morning, a Queensland Ambulance spokesperson revealed.
QAS officers are on the scene of Collaroy Killarney Road treating a male patient in his 30s with an arm injury, a male in his 50s with shock but no physical injuries and two patients in their 30s with no injuries.
It is unknown which patients were in which vehicle.
The RACQ Capricorn Rescue Helicopter Service are attending the accident.
RACQ CapRescue helicopter is currently on its way to St Lawrence after a truck rollover involving four people.
Queensland Ambulance Service was called to the crash at 9.45am with reports that one passenger had injured his arm while another three people were involved but had no visible signs of injury at this stage.
The crash on the Collaroy-Killarney Rd has created some road delays and motorists are being asked to have some patience when travelling through that area.
It is the second crash at St Lawrence in two days, after a 29-year-old man died in a crash 29km south of the Waverley Creek rest area.