Three children dodged an out-of-control car which ploughed through their bus stop on Spring Mountain Drive last week.
The children jumped out of the way of the Holden Commodore which veered off the road and in their direction on November 13.
Police say the driver lost control at a roundabout at Greenbank.
He had been seen weaving in and out of traffic.
Officers say members of the public pointed them in the right direction when the driver left the scene.
The children, aged 12 and 13, were left shaken by the incident.
The 17-year-old P plater was left with a caution as he was a juvenile.
The incident horrified police officers ahead of road safety week.
They issued a warning to motorists to drive to road conditions.
"Just because the speed limit says a speed, it does not mean you can't drive slower than that," Sergeant Rob Duncan said.
"It's not a challenge."
It came before a woman was taken to hospital on November 18 after an accident on Browns Plains Road.
Paramedics took the woman to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a stable condition after the three-vehicle crash at the corner of Johnson Road and Browns Plains Road at 10.15pm.
The smash came as insurance company AAMI revealed the road was a crash hotspot.
It was named fifth in south-east Queensland in AAMI's 2020 crash index.
The data revealed nose to tail crashes to be the most common type.
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