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Girl found unconscious on off-ramp after crash

A TEENAGE girl was found unconscious on the Ipswich Mwy at the Goodna on-ramp yesterday.

Police said the vehicle in which she was a passenger collided with a barrier.

Police said the single-vehicle accident occurred at 2.45pm on Saturday on the Ipswich Mwy heading towards Brisbane.

The female driver told police the car's wheels had given out.

She said she lost control of the vehicle causing it to crash into the barriers.

The 15-year-old passenger was found unconscious lying on the road when police and ambulance services arrived at the scene.

The girl regained consciousness and was transported to the Mater Children's Hospital.

She was in a stable condition.

The driver of the vehicle, who was registered at an Inala address, sustained cuts and bruises in the crash.

Traffic had to be diverted around the accident site.

Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.

Topics:  crash, injuries, ipswich motorway




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