Baby in three way car crash on Hindmarsh Drive

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ACT Fire & Rescue and the ACT Ambulance Service have been on scene of a three vehicle crash on Hindmarsh Drive, Weston near the Tuggeranong Parkway on ramp for northbound traffic.

Firefighters used hydraulic rescue tools to assist in releasing one patient from a vehicle.

Three ambulance vehicles were called to the scene and transported a total of eight patients to the Canberra Hospital with patients aged from an infant to 76 years of age.

Update to follow.

4:26 PM


ACT Ambulance Service intensive care paramedics assessed eight patients at the scene of the crash and took seven patients to the Canberra Hospital.

Patients aged from 4 weeks of age through to 85 years and not 76 yrs as previously advised.

The 85-year-old male patient was treated for arm and chest injuries. All other patients were treated for minor injuries. An 85-year-old female, 16-year-old female, 36-year-old female, 11-year-old female and an eight-year-old female. The four week old baby had no obvious injuries.

4:50 PM

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