It’s been a busy Sunday for paramedics who rushed to several incidents on local roads.
Emergency services, including a rescue helicopter, were called to the scene of a truck rollover at Takilberan, yesterday at 11.59am.
A QAS spokesperson says a man had been entrapped in the truck for an extended period of time before he was freed by QFES crews.
One of the men has been airlifted and the second transported by road to Bundaberg Hospital, they were both in a stable condition.
Meanwhile, a woman in her 70s was hurt in a two-car collision at East Bundaberg.
Paramedics were called to the crash on the corner of Scotland and Victoria Street at 12.03pm.
She was transported to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition.
Later, paramedics attended a single-vehicle crash at Agnes Water.
They rushed to the scene on Captain Cook Drive, at around 6.52pm last night.
A man in his 50s man was transported to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition.
Meantime, emergency services were called to another a single-vehicle crash at Windermere.
They assessed a woman in her 20s at the scene on the corner of Ashfield Road and Elliott Heads Road, at around 9.30pm.
She was taken to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition, to be treated for chest injuries.