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A 17 year-old boy was transferred from Murwillumbah to the Gold Coast University Hospital last night by the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter following a BMX bike accident.

The teenager was treated for head injuries sustained in the fall before being transferred.

The young man was transported to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition to undergo specialist treatment.


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