Bus driver of the Queensland Lamington National Park and fourteen passengers are racing across the dike

Driver in the fall after a bus with fourteen people swinging over a dike in a national park

  • A bus driver has been seriously injured after his vehicle has disappeared from the road
  • He and his 14 passengers drove on a notoriously dangerous road
  • The bus swung past a dike and left the driver alone
  • He was later released and treated for back, pelvic and abdominal injuries

Alex Chapman for daily post Australia

A bus driver has been injured and 14 passengers are in shock after their vehicle has driven away from a notoriously dangerous national park road.

The bus rolled into the Lamborghini National Park in the Queensland just before 8:00 pm on Sunday evening.

The passengers managed to get into safety and leave the driver alone.

A bus driver was injured after his vehicle got off a road in the Lamington National Park in Queensland (photo), which is notorious for narrow, winding roads and blind curves

A bus driver was injured after his vehicle got off a road in the Lamington National Park in Queensland (photo), which is notorious for narrow, winding roads and blind curves

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services said on social media that the accident would likely cause long-term delays in the area if a desperate rescue mission was launched.

The driver was stuck in the bus for more than an hour before firefighters could make a hole in the back of the bus to reach him.

He was treated for back, pelvic and abdominal pain that suffered when the bus rolled over the quay.

The 14 other people in the bus were taken to the nearby O & # 39; Reilly & # 39; s Rainforest Retreat with small or no injuries.

The road in question, presumably the main road that runs through the park, is notorious for its narrow, winding roads and blind curves.

Queensland Emergency Services (photo) were able to free the man from the back of the bus

Queensland Emergency Services (photo) were able to free the man from the back of the bus

Queensland Emergency Services (photo) were able to free the man from the back of the bus

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