Three men were airlifted to hospital in a serious conditions after they were involved in a high-speed motorcycle accident at Yerriyong, west of Nowra on Saturday (October 27).
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Emergency services, including two NSW Ambulance Rescue helicopters, were called to a dirt trail off Yerriyong Road, Yerriyong, around 2.30pm following reports a number of trail bikes had collided at high-speed.
Ambulance paramedics arrived to find three men suffering serious injuries.
Paramedics started assessing and treating the injured men and were assisted by the NSW Ambulance Rescue helicopters’ specialist doctor and critical care paramedic who landed nearby to the incident.
The men received further treatment before they were loaded into the rescue helicopter and airlifted to hospital.
One man was airlifted to St George Hospital and another to Liverpool Hospital.
The third man was transported by road to Shoalhaven District Hospital before then being airlifted to a Sydney hospital.
Two of the men were aged 33 and the other 37.
One of the 33-year-old men suffered chest injuries and a fractured femur. The other suffered head and chest injuries.
The 37-year-old suffered serious injuries to both feet.
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