Once on scene, the crew assisted the Queensland Ambulance Service with three patients who had been travelling in a vehicle on a country road.
It’s believed their ute hit a pothole on the road’s surface which caused the vehicle to veer off the road, roll and land in a small gully, ejecting one passenger.
The rescue helicopter’s medical team treated two foreign nationals at the scene; a 28-year-old Mongolian man suffered abdominal injuries and a 29-year-old German man suffered a dislocated shoulder as a result of the accident.
The two male patients were airlifted by the RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter to Toowoomba Hospital in a stable condition.
The female driver was transported to Toowoomba Hospital for scans via road ambulance.
All three patients were farm workers.