UPDATE 10.20AM: The Gore Hwy near Westbrook has reopened after two traffic vehicle crashes within minutes of each other this morning.

9AM: A second crash has occurred just 20 metres from the scene of a collision between a truck and car on the Gore Hwy near Westbrook.

The car involved in a collision with a truck on the Gore Hwy this morning.
The car involved in a collision with a truck on the Gore Hwy this morning.
A man has been taken to Toowoomba Hospital with serious injuries after the vehicle he was driving collided with the rear of a truck about 7.40am.

The second crash occurred about 8.25am.

The crash scene is located about 17km south-west of Toowoomba at the intersection of the Gore Hwy and Toowoomba-Karara Rd.

Both lanes of the Gore Hwy are blocked.

Two vehicles have crashed just 20 metres from where a truck and car collided an hour earlier on the Gore Highway.
Two vehicles have crashed just 20 metres from where a truck and car collided an hour earlier on the Gore Highway.

7.40AM: Emergency services are at the scene of a serious traffic crash on the Gore Hwy at Westbrook.

The crash was reported about 7.40am, about 17km south-west of Toowoomba.

Two vehicles are involved, with reports a car has collided with the rear of a truck.

The car involved has been extensively damaged.

A man, aged in his 20s, is being treated by paramedics at the scene.

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