Pedestrian, Cyclist And Driver Hurt In Separate Crashes In Labrador Overnight

Multiple incidents in just six hours

Pedestrian, Cyclist And Driver Hurt In Separate Crashes In Labrador Overnight Image credit: Facebook: Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS)

Labrador residents might have heard a few bangs and sirens overnight, following a number of separate car crashes in the suburb. 

Paramedics were called to the corner of Frank and Robert Streets around 7:30 on Sunday night, after a pedestrian was struck by a car.

They transported a man to hospital with back pain.

Just two hours later a cyclist in his 20s suffered abrasions after colliding with a vehicle at the corner of Central and Usher Avenues.

Then around 1:30am on Monday a third person was involved in a single car smash at the Musgrave Ave and Turpin Rd.

All three patients were take to the Gold Coast University Hospital in stable conditions. 

 

 

 

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