A WOMAN suffered a suspected broken leg in a three-vehicle crash that caused havoc on the Mount Lindesay Highway on Thursday.
The crash occurred about 7.30am when a white Holden Commodore travelling southbound collided with a Nissan X-Trail heading north on the Scrubby Creek Bridge near Jimboomba.
A motorcyclist was also thrown from his bike while attempting to avoid the collision.
A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said a woman was taken to Logan Hospital with a suspected broken leg while a second person was also taken to hospital in a stable condition with minor injuries.
Scrubby Creek Bridge also suffered minor damage as a result of the crash.
Police are investigating the cause of the collision.
The Mount Lindesay Highway was blocked for several hours following the crash, with traffic forced to divert via Millstream Road and Cedar Vale Road to avoid the scene.
After initially opening the road, police were forced to close it about 9.30 due to safety concerns over an oil spill.
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