Motorcyclist taken to hospital with serious injuries

The truck rollover inside the worksite near the intersection of Ruthven St and Chalk Dr.
The truck rollover inside the worksite near the intersection of Ruthven St and Chalk Dr. Bev Lacey

2.40PM: POLICE are investigating a crash between a car and a motorbike at Rangeville this morning, while Workplace Health and Safety officers were on the scene of a separate worksite accident.

An 18-year-old man remains in a serious condition following the Ocean St crash.

Meanwhile, emergency services have left the Outer Circulating Road worksite on Chalk Dr, where a truck rolled over this morning and was leaking diesel onto the road.

A police spokesman said no one was injured, and officers were treating the rollover as a workplace incident.

A Workplace Health and Safety Queensland spokesperson said they were aware of the rollover.

"Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has been notified of this incident, has attended the scene and is investigating."

EARLIER: Paramedics have taken an 18-year-old motorbike rider to Toowoomba Hospital with serious injuries after he collided with a car this morning at Rangeville.

The man was conscious in the ambulance, but was complaining of lower back pain.

10.30AM: Emergency services are at the scene of two serious traffic crashes in Toowoomba.

A rider of a motorbike has serious injuries after a collision with a car at the intersection of Ocean and Mackenzie Sts, Rangeville.

Paramedics are treating the man at the scene of the crash.

The crash was reported about 10.20am.

Meanwhile, a truck has rolled near the intersection of Ruthven St and Chalk Dr in the Toowoomba CBD.

It has occurred inside the circulating ring road work site.

The driver of the truck suffered minor injuries.

The crash was reported about 10.05am.



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