RACQ CareFlight Rescue airlifts an 11-year-old boy with suspected head injuries after a motocross crash north west of Gympie
RACQ CareFlight Rescue airlifts an 11-year-old boy with suspected head injuries after a motocross crash north west of Gympie

Boy, 11, airlifted with head injury after motocross spill

AN 11-year-old boy with suspected head injuries has been airlifted from Glen Echo Park, north west of Gympie after crashing his trail bike.

It comes just two days after another motocross rider -- a man in his 20s -- was airlifted from Proston, northwest of Kingaroy, with a suspected broken pelvis.

READ MORE: Rider airlifted with suspected broken pelvis after motocross accident

Emergency services were called after he crashed the bike, hitting his head.

The Sunshine Coast RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter took the boy to Lady Cilento Children's Hospital in Brisbane

He travelled in a stable condition, his mother by his side.



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