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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.