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The woman from Queensland is found ‘out of a window’ after she has rolled her car

Horrific scenes when a woman is found ‘hanging out of a window’ with spinal and head injuries after having rolled her car three times in highway accident

  • A woman is feared to have a spinal cord injury after her car has been rolled several times
  • Passers-by said the woman was hanging out the window when they came to help
  • the woman was in a serious but stable condition when she was taken to the hospital by plane

A woman who suffered spinal and head injuries after rolling her car three times hung limply out of the battered vehicle window.

The forty-year-old mother drove along the Old Bruce Highway on Kybong, 158 km north-west of Brisbane on Monday at 6 pm when she lost control of her car.

She was on her way to pick up her children, the Courier Mail reported.

The mother, in her 40s, was driving along the Old Bruce Highway in Kybong, 158 km north-west of Brisbane on Monday at 6 pm when she lost control of her car.

The mother, in her 40s, was driving along the Old Bruce Highway in Kybong, 158 km north-west of Brisbane on Monday at 6 pm when she lost control of her car.

Passers-by said the woman was hanging out the window when they came to help

Passers-by said the woman was hanging out the window when they came to help

Passers-by said the woman was hanging out the window when they came to help

“The female driver lost control and left the left side of the road and came along the dike and rolled a number of times,” a Queensland police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.

He said she was the only person in the Toyota Prado when the car rolled.

The woman was in a serious but stable state when she was flown to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

She suffered serious injuries to her neck, arm, and head – emergency responders feared that the woman might have a spinal cord injury.

Passing motorists hurried to help the woman until the emergency services arrived.

The forensic crash unit continues to investigate.

She had injuries to her neck, arm, and head - emergency responders feared that the woman might have a spinal cord injury

She had injuries to her neck, arm, and head - emergency responders feared that the woman might have a spinal cord injury

She had injuries to her neck, arm, and head – emergency responders feared that the woman might have a spinal cord injury

The woman was in a serious but stable state when she was flown to Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital

The woman was in a serious but stable state when she was flown to Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital

The woman was in a serious but stable state when she was flown to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

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