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Chopper transported motorcycle crash victims to hospital

THE Bundaberg AGL Rescue Chopper responded to an incident between a vehicle and a motorcycle along Tableland Rd, south of the Fingerboard Rd intersection yesterday at about 9.30am.

An AGL Rescue Chopper spokesman said they transported both the male driver and the female passenger of the motorcycle to Bundaberg Hospital. 

Both driver and passenger were conscious however the male was believed to have lower leg injuries and the female had suspected spinal injuries.

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