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A car and truck collided this afternoon on Clothiers Creek Road, Clothiers Creek with one man being transferred to the Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH).

The serious motor vehicle accident was attended by the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and rescue crews.

The driver of the car was trapped and suffering serious injuries.

‘Rescue crews have released the driver from the wreckage after he was trapped for a period of time,’ said a spokesperson from Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.

‘Ambulance Service NSW paramedics and the Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team have treated and stabilised a 70 yesr-old male with multiple injuries and he has been airlifted to GCUH in a serious condition for further treatment’.


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