Man suffers life threatening injuries: Ute and truck collide

UPDATE 6.30AM: POLICE are waiting to speak to the driver of a utility following a serious traffic crash on Warrill View Peak Crossing Road yesterday afternoon.

Police say initial information suggests at 5.50pm, a utility and light truck were travelling in opposite directions on Warrill View Peak Crossing Road when they crashed 400 metres north of Old Warwick Road.

The male driver and sole occupant of the utility was transported via helicopter to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition and police are waiting for a condition update before they can speak with him.

Warrill View Peak Crossing Road was closed in both directions until 3am today.

Police investigations are continuing.

INITIAL: A MAN has suffered life threatening injuries after a crash at Peak Crossing this afternoon. 

Police say initial information suggests at 5.50pm, a utility and light truck were travelling in opposite directions on Warrill View Peak Crossing Road when they crashed 400 metres north of Old Warwick Road.

The male driver and sole occupant of the utility is in a serious condition and will be transported via helicopter to the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

The male driver of the light truck suffered minor injuries and was transported to Ipswich Hospital.

The male passenger of the light truck did not sustain any physical injuries.

Warrill View Peak Crossing Road is currently closed to traffic with diversions in place.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.

News Corp Australia


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