Four people have died and three seriously injured in the past 24 hours in five separate incidents on Queensland roads as police launch Operation Cold Snap to coincide with the school holidays.
The state-wide road safety operation aims to reduce the amount of lives lost on our roads.
The Queensland Police Service is urging everyone to make safe choices when using the roads.
Don't drive if you are tired, watch your speed, drive to the conditions and avoid distractions.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have been travelling in the areas at the time of the crashes or has dash cam vision to come forward.
The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating each incident.
A 19-year-old man has died and two others are seriously injured following a single vehicle traffic crash in Brisbane's south Friday night when a car lost control hitting a power pole.
A 34-year-old Kirwan man has died after his car crashed into a tree at Cardwell.
The man was travelling along the Bruce Highway and struck the tree, causing the car to catch fire. , Members of the public attempted to rescue the man from the car, however were unsuccessful.
A 37-year-old motorcyclist died after he struck a vehicle at Parklands while in Toowoomba a car collided with a mobility scooter causing the rider to fall off. He died later in hospital.
Meanwhile a 32-year-old man in hospital in Central Queensland with life-threatening injuries.
Just before 3pm Friday, police will allege the motorcyclist over took several vehicles and hit a small truck which was turning from Barmaryee Road into Racecourse Road at Barmaryee.
The man suffered chest and head injuries and was flown to Brisbane where he remains in a serious condition.
SEE ALSO: Curry welcomes Guy Sebastian in video
While you are here subscribe to our weekly email to your inbox every Tuesday and Friday