BREAKING: One lane reopened following Burnett Hwy crash

UPDATE, 11.30AM: A PREGNANT woman was transported to the Rockhampton Hospital as a precaution following a two-vehicle crash on the Burnett Hwy.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said crews were called to the scene near Childs Ave at 10.35am.

She confirmed no one was trapped in their vehicles.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman confirmed one lane is now open and police are directing traffic.

11.10AM: Reports indicate one lane is now open on the Burnett Hwy, following a two-vehicle crash.

All people are accounted for, and emergency services are reporting no entrapments.

10.55am: Both lanes are blocked at the Bouldecombe crash with traffic banking up from both sides.

Ambulance personnel are on scene.

Police and QFRS on the way.

10.40am: Emergency services are responding to reports of a traffic crash on the Burnett Hwy near Bouldercombe.

Initial reports from the scene indicate that all persons, including a pregnant women, are out of the vehicles and no one is seriously injured.

It's not clear how many vehicles are involved.

More to follow.

Topics:  bouldercombe burnett hwy crash emergency services

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