Brisbane man airlifted after dirt bike crash
RACQ CareFlight Rescue flew to the aid of a Brisbane man who was injured after coming off his dirt bike at Manar Park yesterday (Saturday) evening.
The 44 year old man suffered a leg injury resulting from the fall.
The Bundaberg based RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter was tasked to the North Burnett motocross facility, shortly before 6pm.
Its Flight Intensive Care Paramedic treated the man’s injuries before he was airlifted to the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital.
He travelled in a stable condition, accompanied by his teenage daughter.
It was the second dirt bike related mission RACQ CareFlight Rescue performed yesterday.
The Service’s Toowoomba helicopter airlifted a teen boy who crashed his bike at a Glamorgan Vale motocross facility in the Lockyer Valley.
He was airlifted to the Mater Children’s Hospital in a stable condition.
More information on this mission can be found on News.