Freedomroo – Three people are dead and five others injured in Queensland car crash

Three people have been killed and five others are in a serious condition after a car smashed into a truck on the Gold Coast (pictured)

Three people are dead and five others are in a serious condition after a car smashed into a truck towing a boat before bursting into flames

  • Three people have died in a multi-vehicle crash at the Gold Coast on Thursday
  • Emergency services attended the crash scene at Arundel Drive and Brisbane Rd
  • Black sedan had veered onto the wrong side of the road and collided with a truck
  • A 49 yo passenger was hospitalised while the truck driver escaped unharmed
  • Nine patients were assessed at the crash scene, five in a serious condition 










Three people have tragically died and five others are in a serious condition after a car smashed into a power pole before colliding with a truck on the Gold Coast.

Emergency services were called to a multi-vehicle crash site on the corner of Arundel Drive and Brisbane Rd just after 12.20pm Thursday. 

Three people died at the scene and a 49-year-old man was taken to hospital in a serious but stable condition, reported The Gold Coast Bulletin.

Three people have been killed and five others are in a serious condition after a car smashed into a truck on the Gold Coast (pictured)

Police said a black sedan was travelling eastbound before the vehicle veered onto the wrong side of the road and struck the front of a truck. 

Three people were killed while a 49-year-old male passengers was rushed to Gold Coast University Hospital in a serious but stable condition.  

The truck driver, who was towing a boat behind his vehicle, walked away from the incident unharmed.

Another vehicle was struck by a falling light post, with both occupants uninjured and requiring no further medical attention. 

Witnesses were treated for shock by paramedics at the scene, but did not require hospitalisation. 

Traffic is currently being diverted from Arundel rd with motorists encouraged to avoid the area if possible. 

Earlier multiple paramedics including critical care and the High Acuity Response Unit arrived at the crash scene involving nine people. 

Fire crews reportedly required ‘cutting tools’ to free one patient from their vehicle. 

Queensland police are now working to identify the families of the victims who died.  

Emergency services were called to a multi-vehicle crash site on the corner of Arundel Drive and Brisbane Rd on Thursday

Emergency services were called to a multi-vehicle crash site on the corner of Arundel Drive and Brisbane Rd on Thursday

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