Boy airlifted to hospital after motorbike accident
A YOUNG boy has been flown to Roma Hospital, after he was injured in a motorbike accident on a property.
It is believed he was riding on a property northwest of Taroom with a friend about 2pm on Sunday when he lost control, crashed the bike, and was thrown over the handlebars.
LifeFlight’s Roma-based SGAS rescue helicopter was called to property, after Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics had treated him at the scene.
He was flown to Roma Airport with a critical care doctor and a critical care paramedic, before being transported to Roma Hospital in a stable condition.