Four cops injured while trying to intercept allegedly stolen truck near Toowoomba
Four police officers have been injured while trying to intercept an allegedly stolen truck in Queensland.
Two officers sustained serious injuries when the allegedly stolen truck rammed into a police car at 1.30pm today on Goombungee Meringandan Road in Meringandan, north of Toowoomba.
Police said the truck continued driving and allegedly hit a second police vehicle, leaving two more officers with minor injuries.
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Three police cars were also damaged in the incident.
Police had been attempting to intercept the vehicle, which they allege was stolen.
One officer has been taken to St Vincent's Hospital, while another was airlifted to Princess Alexandra Hospital.
A male driver was arrested at the scene following the second crash.
More to come.