A COLLISION with a cow on the Peak Downs Highway has left a teenager with leg and spinal injuries.

Emergency services were called to the incident at Nebo just after 7pm Tuesday with reports two cars had struck a cow.

One of the vehicles rolled as a result of the collision, a Queensland Ambulance spokesman said.

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Paramedics assessed three people at the scene before taking a man in his late teens to Mackay Base Hospital.

He suffered possible leg and spinal injuries, and was transported in a stable condition.


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