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Woman injured after falling from horse

The BayTrust Rescue Helicopter was dispatched just before 2 pm on Sunday 8 April to a farm near Te Teko where a 19-year-old female, who was taking part in an organised hunt, had fallen from her horse and received a head injury and leg injury.

She was stabilised at the scene by paramedics before being flown to Tauranga Hospital for further assessment and treatment.

Philips Rescue Helicopters, Bay Trust Rotorua BOP Rescue Helicopter, Tuesday 2 May 2017. Photo: Stephen Barker/Barker Photography.©Philips Search & Rescue Trust

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