A man in his 40s was airlifted in a stable condition to Townsville Hospital, following a two-car colision on the Bruce Highway, at Guthalungra, early this morning. PICTURE: STEWART MCLEAN
A man in his 40s was airlifted in a stable condition to Townsville Hospital, following a two-car colision on the Bruce Highway, at Guthalungra, early this morning. PICTURE: STEWART MCLEAN

Man airlifted in stable condition after rolling car

TWO men are in a stable condition after a two-vehicle crash at Guthalungra this morning.

Paramedics and a rescue helicopter attended a two-vehicle crash - in which one car had rolled - on the Bruce Highway, at 3am.

According to the Queensland Ambulance Service, a man in his 40s with head, chest and leg injuries was airlifted in a stable condition to Townsville Hospital.

A second patient, a man in his 30s, with abrasions, was transported via road to Ayr Hospital in a stable condition.

The Bruce Highway, 40km north of Bowen, had lanes blocked in both directions at the time, according to the Department of Transport and Main Roads.


Man tasered after yelling he had a knife and gun

premium_icon Man tasered after yelling he had a knife and gun

A Proserpine man was tasered by police after yelling that he had a knife and a gun...

Do you have Australia’s top dog? Enter now!

Do you have Australia’s top dog? Enter now!

We are on the search for Australia’s Top Dog. Enter here.

Man’s dabble in drug-trafficking ‘short and unsophisticated’

premium_icon Man’s dabble in drug-trafficking ‘short and unsophisticated’

A “street-level dealer”, the court heard he had about 30 customers