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August 1, 2021

Woman suffers head injury at Byron’s Clarkes Beach

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The Westpac Life Saver Helicopter attended a woman suffering from head injuries at Clarkes Beach in Byron Bay today.

A medical team was winched into location. The team treated the patient at the scene and she was intubated on the beach and reported in a critical condition.

The female patient, of unknown age, was then extracted and flown by helicopter to Gold Coast University Hospital

The patient is suffering head injuries and remains unconscious.

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