WATCH: Driver trapped in Pomona latest in road chaos

UPDATE 9.30pm: A MAN is being transported to Nambour Hospital with minor injuries after he was trapped in his car after running off the road and into a ditch at Pomona.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson said he "appeared to be very lucky", escaping with only "bruising and lacerations to his body".

The man had been trapped in his vehicle, with a Queensland Fire and Emergency Services crew having to remove the roof from the car in order to free him.

The accident occurred on Elm Street, near Yurol Forest Drive about 8pm. The man was trapped in the vehicle until about 9.10pm.

UPDATE 6.40pm: MAYHEM continues on our roads with a two-vehicle head-on crash on the Sunshine Mwy at Mooloolaba the latest in a string on bingles today.

CARNAGE: The scene of a head-on crash on the Sunshine Mwy at Mooloolaba tonight.
CARNAGE: The scene of a head-on crash on the Sunshine Mwy at Mooloolaba tonight. Scott Sawyer

A P-plater in a sedan and an SUV were involved in the head-on on the motorway at about 6pm which stopped traffic in both directions for some time before southbound traffic could start to filter away from the scene.

Luckily no injuries were recorded and no one was trapped in vehicles after the crash.

CARNAGE: The scene of a head-on crash on the Sunshine Mwy at Mooloolaba tonight.
CARNAGE: The scene of a head-on crash on the Sunshine Mwy at Mooloolaba tonight. Scott Sawyer

EARLIER:

THE wet weather keeps causing drama on the Sunshine Coast's roads today, although so far many of the drivers involved in accidents have managed to walk away with minor injuries.

Sunshine Coast Daily photographer John McCutcheon was on the scene shortly after a single vehicle roll-over at the intersection of Eenie Creek Road and Walter Hay Drive at Noosaville.

Queensland Fire and Rescue said those involved only suffered minor injuries, despite the dramatic appearance of the crash.

Single vehicle roll-over at the intersection of Eenie Creek Rd and Walter Hay Dr, Noosaville. PHOTO: John McCutcheon.
Single vehicle roll-over at the intersection of Eenie Creek Rd and Walter Hay Dr, Noosaville. PHOTO: John McCutcheon.

UPDATE 3.30pm: Police Media have described two people involved in a Bruce Highway crash this afternoon as "very lucky".

The pair walked away with only minor injuries after their van reportedly flipped multiple times before landing in a ditch just north of Bruce Hwy Exit 179 near Beerwah and Bells Creek.

A Police Media spokeswoman said early reports were the van had flipped multiple times but two people walked away relatively unscathed, with one man receiving a cut to his head and the pair were being treated for minor injuries only.

Ambulance, Fire and Police officers all attended the crash which was reported just before 3pm.

A van flipped multiple times before landing in a ditch just north of Bruce Hwy Exit 179 near Beerwah and Bells Creek. PHOTO BY: Michelle Clibbon on Facebook
A van flipped multiple times before landing in a ditch just north of Bruce Hwy Exit 179 near Beerwah and Bells Creek. PHOTO BY: Michelle Clibbon on Facebook

EARLIER: THE RAIN is falling and so are our driving skills.

The usual wet weather mayhem on Coast roads has struck today, with crashes at opposite ends of the Coast.

A car went off the road on the Sunshine Mwy at Coolum Beach near the Yandina-Coolum Rd roundabout.

The driver was reportedly uninjured after her car left the road and speared into a ditch just before midday.

Meanwhile in Caloundra, near the Caloundra Rd roundabout a three-car crash caused some traffic disruptions.

No injuries were recorded there either with police attending the scene and drivers exchanging details.

The team from Clayton's Towing have already caught one close call for a P-plater at the Yandina-Coolum Rd/Sunshine Mwy roundabout earlier today.

They posted the video (SHOWN ABOVE) as a reminder to drivers to remember just how greasy the roads are with the constant drizzle coming down today.

We'll keep you updated as the chaos continues.