Woman burnt in caravan fire on Pacific Hwy still critical

A WOMAN injured in a caravan fire at Glenugie remains in a critical condition in a Brisbane hospital.

The caravan was parked at the Dinjerra Road Rest Area just off the Pacific Highway when it caught alight at about 2.40pm last Thursday.

The 45-year-old owner of the vehicle sustained severe burns to a large portion of her body.

She was transported by ambulance to Grafton Airport, before being airlifted to Royal Brisbane Hospital.

The caravan was destroyed in the fire.


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