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AustraliaRescue chopper dispatched to serious Wheatbelt motorbike crash

10:02  20 july  2019
10:02  20 july  2019 Source:   watoday.com.au

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A rider has been airlifted Royal Perth Hospital following a serious crash on Toodyay Road, near the Wheatbelt town of Morangup, on Saturday morning. The RAC Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Toodyay Road just before 12pm to take the man to RPH for treatment.

Motorcycle Crash : Horrific 100mph motorbike crash after drivers pull. Reckless biker who did wheelies and sped at 175mph before a crash that left Rescue Chopper Out To Wheatbelt Incident | Triple M. The RAC Rescue helicopter has been sent to an accident in the Wheatbelt this morning.

Rescue chopper dispatched to serious Wheatbelt motorbike crash © DFES The RAC helicopter has been called to the scene.

A rider has been airlifted to Royal Perth Hospital after a serious crash on Toodyay Road near the Wheatbelt town of Morangup on Saturday morning.

Emergency crews were called to the scene just before 10.45am, with Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services firefighters from Wundowie and Toodyay also assisting.

The RAC Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Toodyay Road just before 12pm to take the man to RPH for treatment.

The extent of his injuries is unknown.

The news comes less than 24 hours after two people were taken to hospital after a hiking accident north of Perth.

At around 2pm on Friday, a teenager was hiking at the Bells Rapids Park when he slipped and fell down a ravine and suffered head and arm injuries, prompting a major two-hour rescue operation.

A medical volunteer who was assisting with the rescue was also injured during the rescue.

Both men were taken to hospital for treatment, where the teenager remains in serious condition.

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