Bundaberg's RACQ LifeFlight rescue helicopter transported a woman to Bundaberg Hospital after a motorbike crash in the Burnett region earlier today.
Bundaberg's RACQ LifeFlight rescue helicopter transported a woman to Bundaberg Hospital after a motorbike crash in the Burnett region earlier today.

Woman flown to Bundy Hospital after crash while mustering

UPDATE: Bundaberg's RACQ LifeFlight crew airlifted a woman to Bundaberg Hospital after she was injured in a motorbike accident while mustering cattle.

It is believed the woman, aged in her 50's, was riding on property in the Burnett region when her bike his an ant nest and crashed.

Earlier information from the Queensland Ambulance Service suggested the patient hit a bull.

The rescue helicopter was called to the scene at about 11am, where Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics were treating the woman for leg injuries.

She was flown to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition.

 

UPDATE : A motorcyclist was flown to Bundaberg Hospital following a crash involving a bull in Yenda.

Paramedics were called to the scene on Yenda Rd just after 10.30 this morning and treated the patient for significant lower limb injuries.

Queensland Ambulance Service crews kept the patient in a stable condition while waiting for the rescue helicopter to arrive.

 

EARLIER: A motorcyclist is being treated for significant lower limb injuries after they reportedly hit a bull north of Gayndah late this morning.

A rescue helicopter is en route to the scene at Yenda Rd.

Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics remain on scene at the incident and the patient is in a stable condition.

A rescue helicopter is en route to the scene at Yenda Rd.

Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics remain on scene at the incident and the patient is in a stable condition.