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Three people were flown in stable condition to John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle after an accident involving two vehicles south of Taree. Two Westpac Rescue Helicopters were hired by NSW Ambulance at 5:45 p.m. on Friday, January 22, to report a major car accident involving two vehicles at Rainbow Flat and multiple patients with serious injuries. Several emergency services and emergency services responded to the incident. The paramedics from NSW Ambulance and the two medical teams for helicopter intensive care stabilized and treated three patients. A 15-year-old and a 25-year-old were flown to John Hunter Hospital in the first helicopter, and a 45-year-old followed shortly after in the second helicopter. Meanwhile, a Westpac rescue helicopter flew to the Bulahdelah Showground shortly before 10 p.m. on Friday after a nine-year-old boy was reportedly bitten by a suspected brown snake near Treachery Beach in the Seal Rocks area. The boy was taken to Bungwahl in a private vehicle, where they were met by local NSW Ambulance paramedics who treated him before being transported to the Bulahdelah Showground to meet by helicopter. Treatment was handled by the helicopter intensive care medical team, and the boy was flown to John Hunter Hospital in stable condition. What else is doing news, sports? You can also get updates straight to your inbox from Port Macquarie News while you’re with us. Sign up here to make sure you are kept up to date with all the news. If you would like to support our journalists, you can register here.

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January 23, 2021 – 11:00 a.m.

Three people were flown in stable condition to John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle after an accident involving two vehicles south of Taree.

Two Westpac Rescue Helicopters were hired by NSW Ambulance at 5:45 p.m. on Friday, January 22, to report a major car accident involving two vehicles at Rainbow Flat and multiple patients with serious injuries.

Several emergency services and emergency services responded to the incident.

The paramedics from NSW Ambulance and the two medical teams for helicopter intensive care stabilized and treated three patients.

A 15-year-old and a 25-year-old were flown to John Hunter Hospital in the first helicopter, and a 45-year-old followed shortly after in the second helicopter.

Meanwhile, a Westpac rescue helicopter flew to the Bulahdelah Showground shortly before 10 p.m. on Friday after a nine-year-old boy was reportedly bitten by a suspected brown snake near Treachery Beach in the Seal Rocks area.

The boy was taken to Bungwahl in a private vehicle, where they were met by local NSW Ambulance paramedics who treated him before being transported to the Bulahdelah Showground to meet by helicopter.

Treatment was handled by the helicopter intensive care medical team, and the boy was flown to John Hunter Hospital in stable condition.

What else is doing news, sports?

You can also get updates straight to your inbox from Port Macquarie News while you’re with us. To make sure you are up to date with all the news, Sign up here. If you would like to support our journalists, you can register here.