SERIOUS INJURIES: Two men have been hurt in a crash at Killarney.
SERIOUS INJURIES: Two men have been hurt in a crash at Killarney. John Towells

Man seriously injured in crash outside Warwick

UPDATE 12pm: A man in his 20s is in a stable condition at Warwick Hospital after being seriously injured in a crash on Warwick-Killarney Rd this morning.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Ambulance Services said the man sustained head, abdominal and back injuries.

A second man in his 20s was also injured in the two-vehicle crash, which occurred just before 5am.

He suffered head and back injuries and was also transported to Warwick Hospital in a stable condition after the crash.

Warwick-Killarney Rd was closed for clean up following the crash but has since reopened.

INITIAL 6am: Two men in their 20s have been injured in a crash on Warwick-Killarney Rd with one man in a serious but stable condition.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Ambulance Services said the man sustained head, abdominal and back injuries.

He has been transported to Warwick Hospital but a rescue helicopter may be called to transfer the man to a different hospital.

The second man sustained head and back injuries and is in a stable condition.

One man has been seriously injured and another is in a stable condition following a crash at Killarney this morning.
One man has been seriously injured and another is in a stable condition following a crash at Killarney this morning. John Towells

Both men were injured in a two-vehicle crash at Killarney about 5.15am.

The spokeswoman said one of the cars rolled over in the crash.

A spokesman from Queensland Fire and Emergency Services said Warwick-Killarney road was closed while emergency services and Southern Downs Regional Council clean debris from the area.


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