Three people were injured in a two car head on crash on the New England Highway on the morning of 19 August.
RACQ CareFlight Rescue tasked both its Gold Coast and Toowoomba helicopters to the crash scene south of Dalveen just after 11am.
The female passenger of a white four wheel drive sustained multiple injuries after it’s believed she was ejected from the car and thrown some nine metres.
She was airlifted by the Gold Coast RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.
The driver of the white four wheel drive sustained neck injuries and was flown by the second RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter to the Toowoomba Base Hospital.
A female driver in the red vehicle was airlifted to the Royal Brisbane Hospital by the EMQ helicopter.
Her injuries are not known.
QAS flight paramedic Darrin Hatchman ready to spring into action at a horrific head on collision on the New England Highway.