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Westpac Helicopter doctors attended to a man who came off his motorbike on Tweed Valley Way on Sunday (January 14).

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter attended a motorbike accident on the Tweed Valley Way, near Murwillumbah, on Sunday afternoon (January 14).

Reports from the scene state that the male motorcyclist was ejected from the bike and suffered leg fractures.

The helicopter’s critical care medical team along with local NSW Ambulance paramedics treated and stabilised the male rider who was subsequently transported to the Tweed Hospital in a stable condition.


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