Two treated after car and motorbike collide

16th July 2017 9:57 AM
Emergency services on the scene of a crash on High St, Stanthorpe on Sunday, July 16. Emergency services on the scene of a crash on High St, Stanthorpe on Sunday, July 16. Kim Micke

UPDATE: A Woman has been airlifted to Brisbane after a two-vehicle crash in Stanthorpe.

While early reports indicated two men were involved in the High St incident, authorities have clarified a 66-year-old motorcyclists from Brisbane was airlifted to the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

She was taken by RACQ LifeFlight at 11.30am with a possible fractures pelvis. 

The Stanthorpe woman who was driving the car was charged with driving without due care and attention. 

Woman airlifted after Stanthorpe crash

INITIAL REPORT:

A STANTHORPE road has been closed after a two-vehicle collision this morning.

Emergency services are at the scene of the incident on High St near Club Rd shortly after 9am.

High St near the Stanthorpe Showgrounds has been closed in both directions.

 

Emergency services on the scene of a crash on High St, Stanthorpe on Sunday, July 16.
Emergency services on the scene of a crash on High St, Stanthorpe on Sunday, July 16. Kim Micke

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said the incident involved a car and motorbike.

She said two males were being treated by paramedics. The extent of their injuries was not yet known.

More details to come.