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A man has been hospitalised after a single-vehicle accident at Bentley. Photo supplied

Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter flew a man to hospital following a single-vehicle accident at Bentley at around 4pm on Monday afternoon (January 21).

Emergency services attending the accident, on Bentley Road, found a male in his 60s trapped in his vehicle.

The man was released and flown to Gold Coast University Hospital with numerous lacerations and an ankle injury.

He is reported to be in a stable condition

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