Coast crash leaves children hospitalised

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Car crash generic Meghan Harris

TWO children have been rushed to hospital after a three car crash on the Sunshine Coast.

Emergency crews were called to Buderim at 6.40pm to reports of a three-vehicle collision.

Paramedics treated five people at Dixon Road crash, with two children taken to hospital for treatment.

The children were both transported to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.

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