Baby hospitalised after single-vehicle crash

A BABY has been taken to hospital after a single-vehicle crash at Kallangur early this morning.

Police say around 4.30am a car was travelling on Anzac Avenue when it has left the road, gone down an embankment, clipped a concrete pylon and landed in a creek between Brays Road and the Bruce Highway.

The baby was taken to the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital with serious injuries.

A 35-year-old woman was trapped in the vehicle for some time and has since been taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women's hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The 25-year-old male driver was transported to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating. 


CRACKDOWN: Roma police raid multiple homes, seize drugs/cash

Premium Content CRACKDOWN: Roma police raid multiple homes, seize drugs/cash

In one case, a Roma woman in her 20s was charged with possessing meth and sums of...

Have your say on this notoriously unsafe Darling Downs road

Premium Content Have your say on this notoriously unsafe Darling Downs road

The Department of Transport and Main Roads is looking at upgrades to Toowoomba...

Man busted allegedly drink driving mid morning

Premium Content Man busted allegedly drink driving mid morning

A middle-aged man will front the Charleville courthouse charged with multiple...