Teenage girl airlifted after horse fall

The Surat Gas Aero-Medical Service helicopter has airlifted an injured 18-year-old girl who fell from a horse at a cattle breeding station, 50 kilometres west of Roma last night. 

The Roma based helicopter landed at the property at around 6pm, where the girl was treated on-scene by CareFlight's medical team for suspected shoulder and neck injuries.

The helicopter then made the flight to Roma Airport where a road ambulance was waiting to transport the patient to Roma Hospital for further medical treatment.

The young woman travelled in a stable condition.

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