Man injured in fall from quad bike | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

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Man injured in fall from quad bike

The Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to Foxton Beach just after 7 pm on Friday 30 March for a man in his 60’s who had suffered an injury after he fell from his quad bike.

He was treated at the scene by the onboard paramedic and transported to Palmerston North Hospital for further assessment and treatment.

Earlier that day the rescue helicopter was dispatched to the Paihiatua Sports Grounds to meet an ambulance attending to a man in 40’s who had suffered an injury playing rugby.

He was treated at the scene by the onboard paramedic and transported to Palmerston North Hospital for further assessment and treatment.

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