Emergency services clear the scene of a two-vehicle crash. A neighbours blanket was used to keep the woman in the vehicle warm while crews arrived.
Emergency services clear the scene of a two-vehicle crash. A neighbours blanket was used to keep the woman in the vehicle warm while crews arrived. Elouise Quinlivan

Neighbours assist crash victim as firies cut into car

UPDATE: Neighbours rushed to assist a woman who was stuck in her car after a traffic crash in Wilsonton today.

Station officer Scott Frame said the female driver of a Mazda was trapped in her vehicle when emergency services arrived.

"She had possible neck injuries and we decided to remove the whole driver side of the vehicle to give the ambulance access to remove the casualties," he said.

"She wasn't entrapped, she was encapsulated but because of possible injuries we took the action."

Nearby residents rushed to assist the crash victims.

"Neighbours had a blanket and clothing over driver of the Mazda prior to us arriving which was really good to see," officer Frame said.

"They reassured her until we arrived."

At this stage it's unclear how the crash happened.

The driver of the other vehicle involved in the crash was able to leave their vehicle.

Both vehicles were damaged in a two-vehicle crash in Toowoomba.
Both vehicles were damaged in a two-vehicle crash in Toowoomba.

The driver is being assessed by paramedics and will be transported to Toowoomba Hospital.

EARLIER: A woman is trapped in her vehicle in Wilsonton after a crash this afternoon.

The two vehicle crash took place at Cessna St, Wilsonton at about 12.40pm.

Emergency services are rushing to the scene to assist the crash victims.



Tweed firies receive unusual callout

Tweed firies receive unusual callout

Not all heroes wear capes.

iPhone Xs Max review: The price for a great photo?

iPhone Xs Max review: The price for a great photo?

For me, the camera is always the main consideration in a phone

Mayor's plan to tackle climate change before 2020

Mayor's plan to tackle climate change before 2020

Katie Milne is ready to lead again

Local Partners