Toowoomba based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue crew have had a busy weekend with 3 airlifts from the Killarney Border Ranges Trail Ride.
Two patients were airlifted from the Killarney Showgrounds and the Warwick Hospital, a 10-year-old boy who suffered injuries to his leg/groin area when he crashed on the novice track, the second patient has been transported from Warwick Hospital to Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane in a stable condition.
On Sunday, the crew was dispatched again to the Killarney Showgrounds once again to airlift a Hervey Bay teenage boy who has suffered suspected spinal injuries after crashing his motorbike.
The patient was transported to Toowoomba Hospital in a stable condition.
The Killarney Border Ranges Trail Ride is an annual non-competitive event open to all classes of bike, both registered and unregistered.