Multi vehicle crash, five assessed at scene

Paramedics assessed five patients at a crash in Erakala.
Paramedics assessed five patients at a crash in Erakala. Bev Lacey

PARAMEDICS rushed to the scene of a multi vehicle crash this morning.

The incident occurred about 11am between two vehicles on Glenella Connection Rd and Brickworks Crt in Erakala.

Five people were in the cars at the time and were assessed by paramedics when they arrived at the scene.

It is not yet known what cause the crash.

All patients were in a stable condition and did not need to be transported to Mackay Base Hospital for further assessment.

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