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Toddler hit by motorbike – Woolgoolga

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A toddler is in a critical condition after being hit by a motorbike on the state’s North Coast yesterday.

About 5.45pm (Wednesday 6 September 2017), the 18-month-old boy was playing in a front yard on Pullen Street, Woolgoolga, with siblings when he ran onto the roadway.

The child was hit by a motorcycle with the rider and a passerby stopping to render assistance.

The toddler was taken by NSW Ambulance paramedics to Coffs Harbour Hospital and has been airlifted to the Sydney Children’s Hospital where he is in a critical but stable condition.

The rider was taken to hospital for mandatory blood and urine tests.

Police from Coffs/Clarence Local Area Command are investigating the crash.


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