Two children were among six patients rushed to hospital over a horrific four-car pile-up south of Brisbane.
Emergency services were called to the scene of the accident shortly after 9.30am on Thursday in Browns Plains Road in the Logan suburb of Browns Plains.
Paramedics assessed eight patients at the scene.
Six patients, including two children, were transported to Logan Hospital. All are in stable condition.
Eight people were injured in a four-car pile-up on Browns Plains Road (pictured)
The two other patients declined hospitalization, an ambulance spokesman said.
It’s been a busy morning for Queensland paramedics after they were called to a spate of crashes across the state’s south-east.
These include a serious crash involving a car and truck in Mount Tamborine in the Gold Coast hinterland.
One of the injured occupants was trapped in the wreckage and had to be freed by firefighters.
Two patients were transported to the Gold Coast University Hospital.
One is in a stable condition while the other is in a serious but stable condition.
Queensland paramedics were called to a spate of crashes on Thursday (stock photo)