Third person dies after Gold Coast crash

Three people are believed to be dead after a horrific crash on the Gold Coast on Sunday.

Emergency services were called to Rifle Road in Upper Coomera on the Gold Coast just before 6pm.

Three patients were being assessed on scene but it is believed two people - a man and a woman in their 30s - died at the scene.

Paramedics treated the third person, a male also believed to be in his 30s, at the scene before taking him to Gold Coast University Hospital with head and chest injuries in a serious condition. It's understood he died from his injuries Sunday night

A fourth patient, who was not involved in the crash but was a bystander, was treated for shock at the scene.

Police closed the roundabout at Old Coach Rd and Rifle Range Rd and are urging motorists to avoid the area. Rifle Range Rd has been closed to all traffic.

 

 

Originally published as Fears two dead in Gold Coast crash


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