A 60-year-old woman who was seriously injured in a traffic crash on Mundoolun Connection Road, Boyland this afternoon has been airlifted to Gold Coast University Hospital in a critical condition.
EMERGENCY services are currently at the scene of a traffic crash at Boyland.
A police spokeswoman said QPS responded to a call at 12.24pm and arrived to find a vehicle had gone about 50 metres off the roadway and crashed into a tree.
The spokeswoman said it appeared a car driving along Mundoolun Connection Road had been carrying a trampoline.
The trampoline came loose and hit two cars travelling behind.
She said the trampoline caused minor injuries to the driver of the first car but had gone through the windshield of the second car, causing serious injuries to the female driver.
A spokeswoman for the Queensland Ambulance Service said paramedics were at the scene and treating a woman in a critical condition with serious head injuries.
The spokeswoman said they were also treating a second patient with minor head injuries.
A rescue helicopter is at the scene to airlift the patient to hospital.
The QPS Forensic Crash Unit will investigate.