The Forensic Crash Unit is currently investigating the incident.
The Forensic Crash Unit is currently investigating the incident.

UPDATE: Two women tragically lose lives after fatal crash

UPDATE - 9.21PM

QPS has confirmed a second occupant of the gold station wagon has also tragically lost their life.

The 32-year-old woman died as a result of the two-vehicle crash but passed away later this evening in hospital.

Police were advised about 9pm tonight.

EARLIER - 9PM

Officers from the Forensic Crash Unit are continuing to investigate the crash which claimed the life of a 52-year-old woman.

It is believed about 4.35pm today a gold station wagon collided with a blue Holden Commodore Sedan on the Kinkuna intersection. 

Five occupants were left trapped in their vehicles until emergency services arrived to assist.

Four patients including a four-year-old girl were transported to hospital but sadly the 52-year-old woman passed away at the scene. 

Investigations into the crash will continue.

Goodwood Rd reopened at 8.15pm.

EARLIER - 5.30PM

Bundaberg paramedics have attended the scene of a two-vehicle crash.

The incident occurred this afternoon about 4.39pm on the intersection of Goodwood and Coonarr Rd in Kinkuna.

Crews from QAS and QPS are on scene and are assessing five patients involved in the roadside incident.

Drivers are asked to avoid the area or find an alternative route if possible while the road is closed.

The Forensic Crash Unit is currently investigating.

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