Little boy and two teenage girls are seriously injured and more are walking wounded after car smashes into the wall of a school
- A little boy and two teenage girls are battling serious injuries after horror crash
- A car reportedly slammed into the wall of a school in Caboolture, Queensland
- Three critically injured patients have been transferred to QLD Children’s Hospital
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A car has driven into the wall of a school at Caboolture, Queensland.
A spokeswoman for Queensland Ambulance Service told Daily Mail Australia the crash has left a little boy and two teenage girls with ‘significant injuries’.
‘The child has significant leg injuries and a wrist injury, while one female teenager has significant injuries to her leg and pelvic area and another has lacerations and an injury to her arm,’ she said.
‘All are in a serious condition, and it is believed four more other, stable patients, are being assessed currently.’
The boy and two teenage girls have been transported to Queensland Children’s Hospital.
Police were called to the scene on Cottrill Road about 3.15pm on Wednesday, when traffic in the area would have been high.
The incident is believed to have occurred at the Christian college, but a state school is only metres away.
More to come.
Three people are seriously injured after a car slammed into a wall outside a Queensland school