Elderly Capalaba woman critically injured after being hit by a car. Children hospitalised after car crashes into pole.

Elderly Capalaba woman critically injured after being hit by a car

POLICE are seeking witnesses after a weekend crash which left an elderly Capalaba woman critically injured.

Early investigations showed the 87-year-old was hit by a silver Honda Jazz while crossing Tingal Road at Wynnum just after 1.30pm on Sunday.

The Capalaba woman was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital where she remains in a critical but stable condition in the intensive care unit.

The driver, a 30-year-old local man, was not physically injured.

Investigators are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the crash or have footage to come forward.

It comes after four people, including two children, were taken to hospital after a car crashed into a pole at Capalaba on Saturday.

Paramedics were called to Redland Bay Road and Boundary Road after 6.30pm, where a man in his 40s had been trapped in the car.

He was taken to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious but stable condition with shoulder and arm injuries.

A woman in her 20s went in a stable condition to the PA Hospital with hip pain, while two primary school aged boys were taken to the Queensland Children's Hospital for observation.

In a separate incident, a man was taken to QEII in a stable condition with neck pain after a car crashed into a barrier on Lyndon Road and Redland Bay Road at 10.20pm on Saturday.