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A 58yr old female has been flow to to Lismore base Hospital after the tractor she was driving rolled over her in a paddock near Casino.

The Westpac Rescue Helicopter was called to the scene late on Thursday afternoon after her 16 year old daughter alerted emergency services.

The patient was thrown from the tractor suffering a fractured pelvis. Her daughter was walking her dog when she heard her mothers screams about 500 metres from her in the paddock. The patient was treated at the scene by helicopter clinical before being flown to hospital, she is reported in a stable condition.


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