HIGHWAY ROLLOVER: Two injured in Fraser Coast crash
UPDATE: A spokeswoman from the Queensland Police Service says speed and alcohol were not factors in a crash near Tiaro that left a woman with serious injuries.
She said the vehicle was travelling in the southbound lane when the 25-year-old male driver lost control of the car.
It rolled off the road, ending up on its roof.
The 23 year old woman was airlifted from the scene with chest injuries, while the man was taken to Gympie Hospital with minor injuries, with precautions taken against possible spinal injuries.
The spokeswoman said both the man and woman were from Biloela.
She said speed and alcohol had been ruled out as possible factors in the crash.
EARLIER: Two people have been cut from a car after a crash on the Bruce Highway near Tiaro on Tuesday night.
A 23 year old woman has been airlifted to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital with serious injuries, including broken ribs.
A 25 year old man suffered minor injuries in the crash and was taken to Gympie Hospital.
A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said the car rolled and the two were encapsulated for a short time before being rescued.
Tow trucks are currently at the scene.
One lane of the highway has reopened but delays are expected.
EARLIER: Emergency service crews are currently at the scene of a serious single-vehicle crash near Tiaro.
A spokesman from Queensland Police Media said one person had been seriously injured in a rollover near the Bauple turnoff about 8pm on Tuesday.
He said the person would be airlifted from the scene.
The Bruce Highway is closed in both directions and lengthy delays are expected.
More to come.