A woman was airlifted to Mount Isa hospital, after she was injured in a single vehicle rollover Wednesday afternoon.
The Mount Isa RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter was called to the scene, north of Cloncurry, just after 2pm.
It's believed the woman was a passenger in a four wheel drive, when the driver reportedly lost control, causing the vehicle to roll off a highway.
The male driver was able to free himself, but the female passenger was trapped.
A truck driver, who saw the crash and stopped to help, had access to a satellite phone and was able to call triple zero.
RACQ LifeFlight Rescue, Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics, Queensland Fire and Emergency Service personnel, Queensland Police Service officers were all sent to the scene.
Paramedics were treating the woman, inside the rolled vehicle, when the aeromedical team arrived.
Firefighters eventually cut the patient, aged in her sixties, free.
She was stabilised, before being flown to Mount Isa Hospital in a stable condition.
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