UPDATE 3PM: The driver of a truck involved in a crash at Goodna this afternoon has been rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

An ambulance spokeswoman says the man has leg, pelvic and chest injuries and is in a serious condition.

Firefighters earlier had to assist the man from the cabin of a small truck, which collided with the rear of a larger truck outside the Caltex service station on Brisbane Rd.

The crash was reported about 2.30pm.

The police forensic crash unit has been called in to investigate.

A truck crash in Goodna on Thursday afternoon. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times
A truck crash in Goodna on Thursday afternoon. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times David Nielsen

 

EARLIER: Firefighters are working to free the driver of a truck that has been involved in a crash at Goodna.

Police say two trucks have collided nose to tail on the Ipswich Motorway service road, outside the Caltex service station.

The extent of any injuries is unknown.

More to come

 


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