EMERGENCY services responded to reports of a single vehicle traffic crash at Wongawallan this morning.
A Queensland Police spokesman said a Great Wall utility was driving in an easterly direction when it left the road at the intersection of Elevation Drive and Tamborine Oxenford Road about 11.05am.
The vehicle rolled multiple times with two occupants on board, a man in his 50s and another man in his 70s.
A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said four crews of firefighters arrived on the scene about 11.25am to find the vehicle on its side and the younger man entrapped.
Firefighters used hydraulic cutting equipment to remove the roof of the vehicle, releasing the man by about 11.45pm.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said both were taken to Gold Coast University Hospital, one in a stable condition and the other in a serious condition with the High Acuity Response Team paramedics on board.
The spokeswoman said the older man had neck pain and the man in his 50s had sustained leg, head, pelvic and abdominal injuries.
QFES said the car had not rolled down the embankment. Firefighters stabilised the vehicle and one crew remained on scene.
This came after another horrific weekend on the region's roads with two people dead and others hospitalised.
Accidents at Waterford West and Tamborine claimed lives, while drivers were hurt in crashes at Slacks Creek and Logan Village.
The smashes continue an awful year for the region, with repeated pleas by senior police officers failing to make an impact in the frequency and severity of accidents.
A teenager died after falling from a skateboard on a Tamborine Street on Friday night.
The accident happened about 11pm on Ballantrae Road.
The man, 19, died at the scene.
The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating, and police said they were determining whether the boy was being towed by a vehicle when the accident happened.
One man died and another went to hospital after a crash at Waterford West on Saturday morning.
The pair's car left Beutel Street and hit a tree.
A Beenleigh man, 47, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The other man, 42, and also from Beenleigh, went to PA Hospital in a stable condition.
A woman went to hospital on Sunday night after her car left Miller Road at Logan Village, before striking a tree.
The woman, in her 50s, was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital, in a stable condition with chest pain.
Just after that crash, another patient went to hospital after an accident on Kingston Road at Waterford West.
That single-vehicle crash happened just after 8pm.
A man went to Princess Alexandra Hospital after his car rolled at Slacks Creek On Monday.
The accident happened on the M1 off-ramp to Murray's Road just after 3.30am.
A critical care paramedic was on board for the man's journey to hospital.
A motorcyclist was hurt in an accident on Tamborine Mountain on Saturday.
The rider hurt a shoulder in the crash on Tamborine Mountain Road.
Police and paramedics went to the scene at 11.10am.