Dalby man crushed between two four-wheel-drives

Emergency services at the scene.
Emergency services at the scene. Contributed

A MAN in his forties has been airlifted to hospital with multiple injuries after being crushed between two four-wheel-drives this morning.

He and a second man were injured when it appears an unattended vehicle rolled down an incline, striking the vehicle they were standing behind on a property near Dalby.

The Toowoomba base RACQ CareFlight Rescue crew was tasked to the property just after 9.30 this morning to airlift one of the patients.


He was treated at the scene by QAS and the CareFlight's Doctor, before the rescue helicopter flew him to Toowoomba for further treatment.

The patient travelled in a stable condition.

The second patient was transported by the QAS to Dalby Hospital.

Crews prepare to airlift the man. Photo Contributed
Crews prepare to airlift the man. Photo Contributed Contributed


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