Two children injured after car rolls near Dalby

TWO children injured after a car carrying five people rolled at Goranba, south-west of Dalby, have been airlifted to Brisbane's Mater Children's Hospital.

Another two children and a woman in the car at the time of the crash have been taken by ambulance to Tara Hospital.

It is the second crash the Toowoomba RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter has attended in the past 24 hours.

On Monday, it airlifted two people to Royal Brisbane Hospital after two vehicles crashed north of Kingaroy

A third person injured in the incident was taken by ambulance to Kingaroy Hospital.



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