Two people have been freed from a car that crashed down an embankment in Lowood on Sunday afternoon.
Two people have been freed from a car that crashed down an embankment in Lowood on Sunday afternoon.

Two in hospital after car crashes down 4m embankment

Two people have been freed from a car that crashed down an embankment in Lowood on Sunday afternoon.

A spokesman from Queensland Ambulance said paramedics, including critical care rushed to a single-vehicle crash at 4.10pm.

The car reportedly crashed at the bottom of a four metre embankment in the Somerset region.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services freed two patients from the wreckage before they were transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a stable condition.

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