UPDATE: Quarry crash victim now in surgical ward
UPDATE 2PM: THE 44-year-old truck driver who was seriously injured when the vehicle he was driving through a quarry site in Antigua rolled on Monday afternoon has been moved from the Bundaberg Hospital's emergency department to the surgical ward.
The man was treated for suspected spinal injuries by paramedics at the site on Gilmers Rd, before he was airlifted in a stable condition to the hospital in Bundaberg.
The man is undergoing tests to determine the extent of his injuries.
Forensic Crash Unit is investigating the cause of the crash.
UPDATE: A 44-year-old man who was injured when the truck he was driving rolled in a quarry near Maryborough was flown to hospital is in a stable condition.
The Bundaberg-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter flew the man to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition with suspected back injuries on Monday afternoon after a truck rollover at Antigua.
The Wide Bay Forensic Crash Unit and Scenes of Crime police are investigating the incident which happened about 2pm on Monday.
UPDATE 5PM: THE truck driver involved in a crash at a quarry site in Antigua has been airlifted to Bundaberg hospital with serious, suspected spinal injuries.
The Wide Bay Forensic Crash Unit and Scenes of Crime police are investigating the incident, after the truck being driven by the man in his 40s rolled about 2pm on Monday.
It is believed Workplace Health and Safety officers will also be sent to investigate the scene.
EARLIER: A MAN in his 40s is being treated for suspected spinal injuries after a truck rollover on Gilmers Rd, Antigua on Monday afternoon.
Emergency services were called to the scene on a quarry site just after 2pm.
Paramedics and police are on the scene.
More details to come