Oakey man airlifted after Warrego Hwy crash

A man is being treated by paramedics at the scene of a crash at Bowenville.
A man is being treated by paramedics at the scene of a crash at Bowenville.

UPDATE 3PM: A 37-year-old Oakey man is in a stable condition at Princess Alexandra Hospital after suffering insignificant trauma from a single vehicle accident at Bowenville this morning.

He was transported to hospital by EMQ Rescue 500 helicopter paramedics in a critical condition around 11.50am.

Scenes of crime officers have investigated the scene.

Oakey Police Constable Mick Hannant said the man's partner had been contacted.

Const. Hannant said the man left home just after 5am and was travelling west when the accident occurred.

12.15PM: Paramedics are treating a man at the scene of a single vehicle accident on Bowenville Malu Rd, west of Toowoomba.

An Emergency Management Queensland helicopter is preparing to transport the patient to Brisbane for further treatment.

Emergency services believe the man was travelling along the Warrego Hwy before his holden commodore utility went off the road and over the railway line through multiple fences.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service auxiliaries were called to the scene at 9.35am but it is unknown how long prior to their arrival the accident occurred.

The man is believed to suffer from a medical condition.

Police are investigating.

11AM: A man will be airlifted from the scene of a single vehicle crash just west of Toowoomba.

The crash occurred on the Malu Bowenville Rd at Bowenville about 9.30am.

A ute has crashed into a fence.

The Rescue 500 helicopter has been called to the Bowenville scene.

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