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RACQ CareFlight airlift man with injuries after crash

THE RACQ CareFlight Toowoomba crew is about to airlift a patient after a single vehicle crash just east of Jondaryan on the Warrego Highway.

The car has left the road and gone into Doctor's Creek Culvert.

The car was destroyed in the crash.

The patient, who is believed to be in his 30s, or early 40s, has a fractured leg and other injuries.

The RACQ CareFlight Helicopter will airlift the patient to the Toowoomba Base Hospital.

Topics:  careflight, crash, racq




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