Tenterfield skies are been full of the Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter over the past 24 hours, attending three different accidents.
On Tuesday afternoon the aircraft was initially tasked to Wallangarra for a quad bike rollover, but was diverted to meet a paramedic ambulance that transported the patient to the Tenterfield Hospital.
The helicopter transported the 72-year-old male with chest and internal injuries to the Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH).
The helicopter then few twice into Woodenbong.
The first job on Tuesday night was to a single car rollover. The helicopter transported a female patient with internal injuries to GCUH.
Then Wednesday morning another mission to Woodenbong was to treat a 55-year-old male who had been kicked in the head by a cow. He was also transported also to GCUH, in a stable condition.
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