A man is in a stable condition after losing control of a quad bike
A man is in a stable condition after losing control of a quad bike Louise Stonehouse

Quad biker injured by barbed wire crash

A a quad biker has suffered serious chest injuries after crashing into a barbed wire fence on the NSW Central coast.

The 22-year-old man lost control of a quad bike at a property in Kulnura and impacted on the barbed wire before 9am on Sunday morning, a statement from Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service said.

His injuries are significant but not life threatening.

He has been transported by helicopter in a stable condition to John Hunter Hospital.


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