SOUTH NANANGO CRASH: Two people have been transported to hospital after a crash in South Nanango. Picture: File
SOUTH NANANGO CRASH: Two people have been transported to hospital after a crash in South Nanango. Picture: File

Two hospitalised with feared spinal injuries after crash

TWO people have been hospitalised for precautionary spinal injuries after their vehicles collided in South Nanango.

Paramedics were called to a crash between a ute and sedan around 10.47am at Hazeldean Rd and Nanango Tarong Rd.

The crash occurred when the 86-year-old male driver of the sedan failed to give way to a 59-year-old female driver at the intersection, a Nanango police spokesperson said.  

A Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) spokeswoman said one person was treated for minor injuries, but both drivers involved were transported to Kingaroy hospital in a stable condition.

No lanes have been closed due to the incident.


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