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#MountLouisa - A snakebite was reported at a private residence at 5.14pm. Paramedics transported one patient stable to Townsville Hospital.
#RedlandBay - A two-vehicle crash on Giles and Cleveland Redland Bay Road was reported at 3.43pm. Paramedics transported two patients stable to Princess Alexandra Hospital.
#SouthMaclean - A vehicle has impacted a tree with one occupant inside. The patient suffered minor injuries and was transported to Logan Hospital.
GC resident Sharon called QAS for her husband Ron’s final journey to palliative care. Officers arrived and during observations of Ron, Sharon noted that he'd barely eaten over 2 days. The officers asked, if you could eat anything, what would it be? Ron replied, a caramel sundae.
There is NO excuse for abuse! Paramedic Winston suffered a fractured nose after he was assaulted while caring for a patient. This type of behaviour HAS TO STOP! We're here to care for people and we can't do that to the best of our ability if we're in a volatile situation.
What a kick in the guts for our officers who care for the community. Staff at #Woodridge station arrived at work this morning to find one of our new twin stretcher units covered in graffiti .This valuable resource will now be off the road. Any information
To say we are saddened by the tragic death of one of our own is an understatement. Craig McCulloch was a respected and reliable colleague and a loving father to two young children. is coordinating fundraising activities for Craig's family.
How good is this! Welcome to the world baby girl, QAS paramedics with mum, dad and bub #Cannonvale .
QAS officers Danielle and Graeme gave the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a special gift for the royal baby - two paramedic teddy bears!! #RoyalTourAustralia #Qldambulance Video courtesy of Channel 7 Network Australia