Child was one of four people injured in Coast crashes

Paramedics drove four people to hospital, including one child, after they were called to three crashes within hours of each other across the Sunshine Coast.

Queensland Ambulance Service reports a male patient suffered a "significant leg injury" during a single-vehicle crash into a tree in Maroochydore.

The incident happened on Wright and Baden Powell streets at 9.09pm.

Just minutes later, a woman and boy were involved in a single-vehicle rollover on Pomona Kin Kin Rd, Kin Kin at 9.25pm.

QAS reports a woman aged in her 30s suffered neck pain and the boy had abdominal pain.

They were taken to the Nambour Hospital in stable conditions.

Earlier in the night paramedics drove a woman to Sunshine Coast University Hospital, Birtinya in a stable condition following a sing-vehicle crash on the Bruce Hwy, southbound at 6.15pm.



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