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Man suffers head injury in fall, Grafton

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The Life Saver Rescue Helicopter has transported a man from this rural property near Grafton after a fall. Photo supplied
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The Life Saver Rescue Helicopter has transported a 31-year-old male to Gold Coast University Hospital fell onto a steel beam at a rural property north of Grafton.

The man suffered a head injury as result of the fall and was transported by the helicopter in a stable condition.

 


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