TWO INJURED: Four-wheel drive towing caravan hits tree
A LifeFlight spokesperson said the woman, aged in her 70s, is in a serious but stable condition.
She was reportedly trapped in the vehicle for several hours.
The rescue chopper was called to the scene just before 12:30pm where the pilot was able to land the helicopter in a clearing, close to the crash site.
The RACQ LifeFlight Rescue Critical Care Doctor and QAS Flight Paramedic worked alongside local emergency services, to treat the woman for lower body and head injuries.
The LifeFlight rescue helicopter has flown a female patient who was freed from the wreckage to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
No further details on her conditions are known at this stage.
A RESCUE helicopter has arrived at a serious car and caravan rollover in Boolboonda.
Fire crews were in the process of extricating the woman in her 60s when the rescue helicopter arrived, according to a Queensland Fire and Emergency Service (QFES) spokeswoman.
"They're now waiting for QAS to stabilize the patient before they remove her from the vehicle," she said.
A Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) spokesman said the woman has sustained significant leg injuries, while a man in his 60s suffered a chest injury.
He is now being treated on scene, and is in a stable condition.
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CREWS are at the scene of a serious traffic crash on Gin Gin Mt Perry Road.
A Queensland Police spokesman said the crash happened 30km from Gin Gin towards Mt Perry.
A call was made to emergency crews about noon.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said crews were working to free a female occupant from the vehicle, while a male was out of the vehicle.
The extent of injuries is not yet known.
It is believed the four-wheel drive was towing a caravan when it possibly hit a tree and rolled.