A man has been found in bushland more than 12 hours after crawling from the wreckage of his vehicle on the Capricorn Highway in central Queensland.
A passing motorist raised the alarm after a four-wheel-drive rolled on the highway about 12 kilometres east of the town of Westwood, near Rockhampton, about 7.30pm on Monday.
Police found the 4WD on its roof, abandoned in the middle of the highway. A small amount of blood was found in the car.
Police and State Emergency Service volunteers scoured bushland on Sunday night, after witnesses reported seeing a man walking into the bush.
The man was found in bushland near Mount Hay, not far from where he went missing, shortly before midday on Monday.
He was assessed by ambulance paramedics at the scene.
Meanwhile, police are investigating a crash involving a motorcycle and a car towing a trailer in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
The motorcycle crashed into the back of the trailer, when the car stopped suddenly after hitting a kangaroo on Mundoolun Connection Road near Canungra.
The male motorcycle rider and his female pillion passenger both suffered serious injuries and were taken by ambulance to the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
On Sunday evening, a man was killed in a head-on crash north of Brisbane.
Two cars which collided on Linkfield Road at Brendale were hit by a third car about 6.30pm.
A 50-year-old Woodford man, who was the sole occupant of one of the three cars, died at the scene.
The drivers of the other two vehicles, a 57-year-old Strathpine woman and an 18-year-old Bray Park man were both taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers南京夜网.au.
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