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Teenager airlifted to Brisbane after motorbike accident

Teen airlifted to Brisbane in critical condition after motorbike incident.
Teen airlifted to Brisbane in critical condition after motorbike incident.

UPDATE, 7.20pm: The RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter flew to a property 30km east of Warwick this evening to airlift a teenage boy involved in a motorbike accident near Loch Lomond on Watts Rd.

The helicopter landed at the accident scene and CareFlight's critical care medical team treated the teenager for head trauma.

He was transported to Brisbane in a critical condition. 

EARLIER: A CARELFIGHT helicopter is flying to the scene of an accident east of Warwick this afternoon where two teenagers have come off a motorbike.

The accident happened on a property near Watts Rd, Loch Lomond.

It is believed one teenager is in a serious condition and unconscious. The other is believed to be walking around.

More to come.



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