UPDATE: POLICE have launched the ages of the 2 males killed when two bikes collided north of Bundaberg at lunchtime on Sunday.
One of many males was a 78-year-old Winfield man who died on the scene of the Rosedale Rd crash in Watalgan.
A 58-year-old man from Yeppoon was taken to Bundaberg Hospital but in addition died.
Police say officers are nonetheless investigating the horror incident.
UPDATE 1.24pm: It is an unhappy for 2 households, with Bundaberg Police Sergeant Mick Ward confirming there was a second fatality following a crash north of Bundaberg.
The crash, which occurred simply earlier than midday between two motorbikes on Rosedale Rd, is obstructing visitors both aspect of the Kolan Bridge and motorists are being urged to keep away from the world is attainable.
Sgt Ward stated it was an uncommon crash, with one bike headed northbound and the opposite south.
The crash occurred within the south-bound lane.
One man was pronounced lifeless on the scene whereas the opposite was taken to hospital however later died.
The forensic crash unit is on its option to the scene.
The accident marks the fourth and fifth fatalities within the area over the college vacation break.
Motorists can divert via North Bucca Rd.
UPDATE: Bundaberg Hearth and Emergency Providers have confirmed one particular person has died following a bike accident on Rosedale Rd.
Bundaberg firefighter Gary Channels stated at 11.50am they acquired a name for a two-vehicle accident involving two motorbikes.
After arriving on the scene, they confirmed one particular person had died and one other has been taken to Bundaberg Hospital in a critical situation.
Site visitors have blocked both aspects of the Kolan Bridge.
ROSEDALE Rd both aspect of the Kolan Bridge is blocked and visitors is being diverted after a critical visitors accident.
Emergency companies are at present on the scene after two motorbikes collided on Rosedale Rd at Watalgan simply earlier than midday.
Shrapnel from the 2 bikes is strewn throughout the highway and paramedics are engaged on a number of sufferers, one believed to be in a critical situation.
A police spokesman informed the NewsMail a number of sufferers may very well be concerned, but it surely‘s unconfirmed at this stage.
Motorists are being requested to keep away from the world.