A YOUNG woman was airlifted from the scene of a high-speed rollover in rural Central Queensland.
The RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service attended the single-vehicle accident south of Oombabeer yesterday about 3pm.
Paramedics were treating the 23-year-old upon arrival, and the Queensland Fire and Emergency Service were at the scene about 234km south-west of Rockhampton.
The woman was treated by the rescue helicopter's critical care paramedic for suspected upper-limb fractures she suffered during the "high speed rollover".
The patient was airlifted to the Rockhampton Hospital in a stable condition for further scans and treatment.
A Queensland Police Service spokesman this morning confirmed police were investigating the incident, but he could not say how fast the vehicle was travelling at the time of the crash.
A Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service spokeswoman said the woman is in a stable condition.
The Queensland Ambulance Service have also reported another single-vehicle rollover in rural CQ in about 3.30am.
A man remains in the Biloela Hospital with rib pain after the crash on the Dawson Hwy, Banana, about 149km south-west of Rockhampton.
this morning reported a male is in hospital following a single-vehicle rollover on the Dawson Hwy in the early hours of this morning.
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