A woman aged in her 30s has been airlifted from Stanthorpe to Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital after allegedly being struck by a vehicle last night, Saturday 17 November.
It is understood the incident took place shortly before 10pm at the corner of Symes and Folkestone Streets.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman has said the woman suffered a leg injury and was taken to Stanthorpe Hospital.
A spokeswoman for RACQ LifeFlight said she was reportedly struck from behind by a car and injured while walking through town with a friend.
RACQ LifeFlight was called at 1.15am this morning, Sunday, to airlift the woman to hospital in Brisbane.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Stanthorpe Police as soon as possible on 4681 6400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1300 333 000.