Elderly man to hospital with snake bite in Warwick

AMBULANCE: Emergency Services
AMBULANCE: Emergency Services Paul Donaldson BUN200517EMERGENC

THE Queensland Ambulance Service has taken a 75-year-old man to Warwick Hospital after he was bitten by a snake this afternoon.

 The man presented at the ambulance station in Percy St at 3.13pm to seek help after being bitten by a snake.

 He has been taken to Warwick Hospital with his condition described as non life-threatening.

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