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Two-year-old girl suffers seizures

A TWO-YEAR-OLD Warwick girl was airlifted from the Warwick Hospital last night suffering seizures.

An RACQ CareFlight rescue helicopter transported a paediatric team from the Mater Children's Hospital to Warwick to treat the girl before flying her back to Brisbane for treatment.

Air crewman John Anderson said the girl did not suffer any more seizures on the flight.

"She was in a stable condition at the time of airlifting," Mr Anderson said.

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