Four injured in car collision
A MAN in his 70s has been airlifted from the scene of a car crash in the South Burnett.
The man, who suffered head and chest injuries, was one of four people injured in the two-car collision on Monday afternoon.
He was the driver of one of the vehicles, which contained two other passengers firefighters had to cut free.
The driver was the sole occupant of the other vehicle.
Paramedics treated all four patients at the scene and took three to Murgon Hospital with minor injuries.
RACQ LifeFlight were tasked to the scene at 3.11pm and landed at the scene to transport the most seriously injured patient.
The man was taken to Nambour Hospital in a stable condition.