CRASH: Crews are on their way to a rollover on the New England Highway.
CRASH: Crews are on their way to a rollover on the New England Highway. Bev Lacey

Man suffers back, abdominal pain after crash

UPDATE 7.30am: A man in his 30s has been taken to Toowoomba Hospital after a single-vehicle rollover on the New England Highway this morning.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Ambulance Services said the man was suffering from abdominal and back pain after the crash, about 5km north of Allora.

Emergency services were called to the scene about 6.08am.

The man was reportedly transported in a stable condition.

UPDATE 6.50am: A man in his 30s is being treated for abdominal and back pain after a rollover on the New England Highway.

The vehicle he was travelling in reportedly rolled over about 5km north of Allora about 6.08am this morning.

Initial reports suggest only one vehicle was involved in the crash.

Paramedics remain on scene but it was unknown whether the man would require transport to hospital.

INITIAL 6.20am: A vehicle has reportedly rolled over on the New England Highway about 5km north of Allora.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Fire and Emergency Services said crews were on the way to the scene after receiving a call out about 6.08am this morning.

Initial reports suggest only one vehicle was involved in the crash.



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