Critical care paramedics attend dirt bike crash, serious car accidents in Logan over the weekend

LOGAN critical care paramedics were called to several accidents over the weekend, including a nasty crash at Greenbank during which two people were seriously injured.

Paramedics - including critical care and high acuity response unit - were called to the two-car crash at the intersection of Teviot Road and Middle Road at about 11.30pm on Saturday night.

A QAS spokesperson said a woman in her 50s had been trapped in one of the cars. With assistance from QFES, she was freed and treated for serious leg injuries before being transported in a serious but stable condition to Princess Alexandra Hospital.

A man in his 30s sustained abdominal and leg injuries and was transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious but stable condition.

Critical care paramedics were also on scene after a car rollover on Beaudesert Beenleigh Road at Tamborine just before 11pm on Sunday night.

A woman in her 20s was taken to Logan Hospital in a stable condition.

It came after another car rolled on Waterford Tamborine Road at Tamborine a night earlier.

A woman was taken to Beaudesert Hospital in a stable condition after the crash after 6pm on Saturday.

QAS was also called to a dirt bike crash on Sunday night.

The crash - which happened at a North Maclean home just after 6pm - saw a man with hip and arm injuries taken to Logan Hospital in a stable condition.

Hours later, a man was taken to Gold Coast University Hospital with arm injuries after a motorbike crash on Eagle Heights Road and Geissmann Drive at Tamborine Mountain.