UPDATE: One man is dead and a woman and three children are in a stable condition after a single-vehicle rollover at Wallumbilla.
Emergency services were called to the crash just after 8am this morning after the car left the road and rolled.The woman suffered an arm injury and three children, aged between seven and 11 suffered soft tissue injuries and multiple fractures.
The injured were taken both to Roma Hospital and flown to Toowoomba Hospital by helicopter.
10AM: Witnesses at a fatal crash on the Warrego Hwy this morning have described the scene as horrific.
A man was killed and a woman and three children seriously hurt when the vehicle they were travelling in rolled west of Toowoomba near Wallumbilla.
The Warrego Hwy remains closed as paramedics treat the injured.
Two rescue helicopters have been called to the incident to airlift the woman and children to hospital.
It is believed the car was travelling east when it left the highway and rolled 45km east of Roma.
8.45AM: A man has been killed and a woman and three children seriously hurt after a single vehicle crash on the Warrego Hwy.
Emergency services report that a child has suffered multiple fractures and a woman chest injuries after the car they were travelling in rolled 15km east of Wallumbilla about 8am.
The man died at the scene.
The extent of the injuries suffered by two other children in the crash is unknown.
The Warrego Hwy has been closed at the scene of the crash as emergency services treat the injured and work to clear the scene.
Two rescue helicopters have been dispatched to the crash scene.
8AM: Emergency services are responding to a reported fatal traffic crash on the Warrego Hwy west of Toowoomba.
The crash occurred 15km east of Wallumbilla, near Roma, about 8am.
Five people were in the car when it reportedly lost control and overturned on the Warrego Hwy.
Emergency services are arriving on scene.
There are no details on the extent of the injuries suffered by those in the vehicle.
One person has reportedly been killed in the crash.
Queensland Fire and Rescue Services, Queensland Ambulance Service and State Emergency Service crews are responding to the incident.
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