Teen motorcycle rider flown to Nelson Hospital with severe accidents after crash


The Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter flew to Golden Bay on Monday to pick up an injured motorbike rider (file picture).

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The Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter flew to Golden Bay on Monday to select up an injured motorcycle rider (file image).

A teenage motorcycle rider was flown to Nelson Hospital with severe accidents after a collision with a automotive alongside the Takaka-Collingwood part of State Freeway 60 in Golden Bay.

Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter pilot Barry McAuliffe stated the chopper crew flew a 14-year-old male Golden Bay resident from the scene to Nelson Hospital on Monday, touchdown about 12.45pm.

Emergency providers have been known as shortly after 11am to reviews of a collison between a motorbike and a automotive close to the intersection of Patons Rock Rd.

St John spokesman Gerard Campbell stated a male affected person was airlifted to Nelson Hospital with severe accidents.

A police spokeswoman stated the street was blocked for some time however reopened simply after midday.

Hearth & Emergency New Zealand shift supervisor Brent Dunn stated crews from Takaka and Collingwood attended, offering first support to the injured motorcycle rider and serving to with site visitors administration.