Toddler injured in two-vehicle crash
Toddler injured in crash
A toddler has been taken by ambulance to Cairns Hospital in a stable condition with seatbelt injuries following a two-vehicle crash on the Kuranda Range this morning.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said a woman was also being assessed on the scene and treated for neck pain.
The ambulance was called at 10.25am.
Police closed the road at Henry Ross Lookout for more than an hour but lanes in both directions reopened just before noon.
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Wet weather is expected to ease off over Cairns today as Cyclone Miran retreats away from the coast.
Forecasts are calling for partly cloudy skies with a 60 per cent chance of showers most likely in the afternoon.
Cairns can expect light winds and the chance of up to 8mm of rain.
Around the region
Cairns: Shower or two. 24-30C
Atherton: Shower or two.18-29C
Cardwell: Mostly sunny. 23-31C
Cooktown: Shower or two. 24-32C
Innisfail: Possible shower. 23-31C
Mareeba: Shower or two. 20-32C