Woman dies in hospital after serious crash in Boyland reportedly involving trampoline parts

A 63-YEAR-OLD woman who was injured in a serious traffic crash in Boyland last month has died in hospital.

Queensland Police Service said preliminary investigations had indicated that around 12.20pm, a Toyota Hilux carrying a trampoline was travelling west along Mundoolun Connection Road, when parts of the trampoline fell off the vehicle.

The parts collided with a Hyundai travelling in the opposite direction to the Hilux, resulting in a 31-year-old female driver sustaining minor head injuries.

The trampoline's parts then collided with a Toyota Rav4 driven by the 63-year-old Garbutt woman, who sustained serious head injuries.

A police spokesperson told the Beaudesert Times at the time that the trampoline had gone through the window of the car.

She was airlifted to Gold Coast University Hospital in a critical condition, where she passed away yesterday evening.

The 39-year-old male driver of the Hilux was treated by paramedics at the scene and did not require transportation to hospital.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.