Three riders have been injured after two motorcycles collided head-on at Advancetown on the Gold Coast hinterland this morning (Sunday, March 15).
Police say their preliminary information indicates that about 8.10am a southbound and a northbound motorcycle collided on a sweeping bend on Nerang Murvillumbah Road.
The rider of one of the motorcycles, a 42-year-old Oxenford man, sustained serious injuries and was transported to Gold Coast University Hospital.
The rider of the other motorcycle, a 58-year-old NSW man and his 18-year-old female passenger, also from NSW, were both seriously injured and transported to the same hospital.
Investigations by the Forensic Crash Unit are continuing.
Our sincere best wishes to the riders and pillion for a speedy and full recovery.
It is not yet known if they were involved in the Black Dog 1 Dayer ride to Advancetown.
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