BREAKING: A little girl has been credited with freeing her two siblings from the wreckage of their car after it ran off the road near Kilcoy, rolled and came to rest on its roof.

The girl, seven, was in the car with two other children, two and three years old, with their mother, 28, when it crashed at Gregors Creek Rd, Woolmar, about 7.45am.

The girl's mother received suspected chest and arm injuries, and possible spinal injuries.

RACQ Lifeflight Rescue was called to a crash at Woolmar, near Kilcoy, this morning.
RACQ Lifeflight Rescue was called to a crash at Woolmar, near Kilcoy, this morning. Courtesy RACQ Lifeflight Rescue

The children had been strapped in their seats and were not injured in the crash, but were taken to hospital for assessment.

The driver was airlifted to Nambour General Hospital in a stable condition.


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