UPDATE: A man in his sixties trapped in his vehicle after a serious accident in Fernvale this morning was flown to a hospital in Brisbane.
He was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a severe but stable condition with chest injuries.
A man in his twenties was taken to Ipswich Hospital in stable condition with minor injuries.
Previously: The Brisbane Valley Highway in Fernvale is closed to traffic as emergency services respond to a major traffic accident this morning.
A person is trapped in their car shortly after 5:30 a.m. on Thursday after an accident involving two vehicles.
A spokeswoman for the Queensland Ambulance Service said a rescue helicopter was now at the scene of the accident and a person was still trapped in their vehicle.
You are one of two patients examined by paramedics, with another person suffering minor injuries at the age of 20 and being in stable condition.
A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the section of the freeway was closed because it was too difficult to manage motorists with the number of emergency services on site.
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