TWO people are in hospital, one in a critical condition, after three separate accidents within two days.
A 23-year-old woman is in a critical but stable condition at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane after being airlifted from a motorcycle crash on Monday night.
A man is in a stable condition at Toowoomba Hospital following a three-vehicle crash on the New England Highway on Tuesday.
Nine people have been treated by paramedics with eight people needing hospitalisation during the course of two days.
Around 12.30pm Tuesday two semi-trailers and a four-wheel drive collided near Dalveen, trapping one man inside his truck cabin on the New England Highway.
The man, who was extracted with hydraulic tools by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services, was treated at the scene by paramedics before being airlifted to Toowoomba Hospital with serious facial and leg injuries.
A man in his 20s suffered a cut, a woman in her 30s was treated for abdominal pain and a man in his 60s was assessed for complaints of nausea.
A three-year-old girl was also involved in the crash but did not suffer injuries.
All four were discharged from Stanthorpe Hospital on Wednesday afternoon.
Another man was taken to Warwick Hospital and he has now been discharged.
Around 8.04pm Monday, a 23-year-old woman sustained leg and spinal injuries and a 27-year-old man suffered shoulder, leg and arm injuries in a motorcycle accident at the intersection of New England Highway and Tracey Ln at The Summit.
Stanthorpe Police said the man claimed a truck was involved in the accident however there was no evidence to suggest another vehicle was present and the investigation is ongoing.
This followed another crash two hours earlier, at the corner of Sugarloaf Rd and Pioneers Pde, where a car crashed into a tree.
The male driver was assessed by paramedics but did not need to be taken to hospital.
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