Young girls, baby in hospital after single-vehicle rollover

Queensland Ambulance Service transported a 60-year-old man from Septimus
Queensland Ambulance Service transported a 60-year-old man from Septimus Max Fleet

SEVEN people have been transported to Bundaberg Hospital after a single-vehicle rollover on the Isis Hwy.

Two young girls suffered minor injuries and a three-month-old baby is being assessed for a potential head injury.

All passengers, believed to be part of the same family, were transported to hospital.

Police said the crash happened 5km out from Childers just after noon on Wednesday.

QAS sent two Bundaberg crews and two critical care paramedics to the scene.

Topics:  bundaberg hospital isis highway paramedics police rollover

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Future of telecommunication

Kristy Sparrow from Better Internet for Rural, Regional and Remote Australia (BIRRR).

Survey allows rural Australians to voice their concerns.

Taking a national stand

NO WAY: Students from Year 8 created 'No Way' bullying posters to show bullying has no place at Emerald State High school.

Local high school raises awareness against bullying.

Inland Port announced

ECONOMIC BOOST: Federal Member for Flynn Ken O'Dowd makes the funding announcement at the Central Highlands Development Corporation's Economic Futures Forum on Monday.

Ken O'Dowd announced federal funding for two major projects.

Local Partners