Busy weekend in full swing for RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopters

The Easter long weekend is in full swing with the RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopters busy completing multiple missions. 

The Toowoomba-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter airlifted a man after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident near Clifton. 

The man suffered multiple trauma injuries and was flown to the Princess Alexandra hospital in a serious condition.  

The Sunshine Coast-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter visited Manor Park three times over the last 36 hours. 

On Friday the aeromedical crew was tasked to Manor Park for a middle aged man with injuries sustained from falling from his bike. 

The aeromedical crew transported the man to Sunshine Coast University Hospital. 

On Saturday the Sunshine Coast-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter was tasked to the park twice within 12 hours. 

On Saturday afternoon a man fell from his motorcycle and sustained minor injuries.

The aeromedical crew treated the man with Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) paramedics before returning to base as the patient did not require transport. 

The helicopter was tasked hours later to assess three people, the first was a middle aged women who sustained injuries from kick starting her motorbike. 

The second patient was a young boy who fell from his motorbike and the third was a middle aged man who sustained injuries from his motorbike. 

The aeromedical crew assessed the patients along with QAS paramedics with only the female needing transport to hospital via road.