Emergency crews assist patient out of vehicle
UPDATE, 4.30pm: PARAMEDICS have taken a female patient to Kingaroy Hospital following a traffic crash this afternoon.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said the woman was transported in a stable condition.
A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman confirmed there were three crews on scene at the two-vehicle crash in Kingaroy.
The QFES crew members got the woman out of the vehicle by using their hydraulic cutting gear to remove the door.
EARLIER, 4pm; EMERGENCY services are currently cutting a patient out of a vehicle at a traffic crash in Kingaroy.
Two ambulance service crews are on scene at the two vehicle crash at the Kingaroy St and Markwell St intersection.
The call came in at 3.36pm on Thursday, April 18 where a Jeep Cherokee t-boned a Ford Falcoln near the BP fuel station intersection.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said the patient was encapsulated and could not physically get out, however the patient's limbs were not entrapped.
Queensland Fire and Emergency service crew assisted with the incident, and three police cars were on scene.