Children injured, road closed after Bribie Island crash

Published 1:10pm 17 October 2022

Children injured, road closed after Bribie Island crash
Words by Jodie Powell

Three pedestrians have been taken to hospital after a serious crash on Goodwin Dve near the Bribie Island Shopping Centre at Bongaree about 11.50am today.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman says an adult woman has been taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in a stable condition.

A female toddler and a male infant were transported to the Queensland Children’s Hospital, where they are believed to be in a serious condition.

A Queensland Police spokeswoman said a 95-year-old male driver was not physically injured and is helping police with inquiries.

Goodwin Dve between Bongaree Ave and Hornsby Ave is closed while police investigate.

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