One person transported to hospital after CQ crash
EMERGENCY services were called to the scene of a multi-vehicle crash on Wednesday afternoon.
The crash happened about 3.45pm on State Farm Rd, Biloela.
Both police and ambulance attended.
A spokesperson from Queensland Police said it was a multi-vehicle crash but exactly how many cars involved was unknown at this stage.
One female was transported to the Biloela Hospital with minor injuries caused by a seatbelt.
The road remained open during the crash with motorists having to slow down to pass the crash zone.
The crash comes during Road Safety Week which kicked off on Monday.
It prompts drivers to make better choices to make roads safer.
Last year, 247 people died and 6450 people were hurt or seriously injured in accidents on Queensland roads.
Thirty-five pedestrians died and 357 were hurt or seriously injured in crashes on Queensland roads.
Rockhampton based Superintendent Ron Van Saane helped kick off Central Queensland Road Safety Week and said the “road rules refresh” focus gave the community an opportunity to brush up on their knowledge of road rules and have safety discussions.
MULTI-VEHICLE CRASH: The accident happened about 3.45pm on State Farm Rd.