Emergency services have been called to a crash involving a cyclist.
Emergency services have been called to a crash involving a cyclist. Trevor Veale/Coffs Coast Advocat

Cyclist suffers head injuries in fall

EMERGENCY services have been called to an incident at Cooper's Shoot.

A NSW Ambulance spokesman said they were called to reports of a cyclist having fallen on Piccadilly Hill Rd just after 9am.

He said the 65-year-old man had fallen and suffered head and arm injuries.

He was wearing a helmet at the time.

The spokesman said two ambulance crews and the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter had been called to the scene.

In a statement, the helicopter service said the patient was stabilised by their clinical team and paramedics and suffered head and facial injuries. 



'Damning assessment': Govt ignored internal logging advice

premium_icon 'Damning assessment': Govt ignored internal logging advice

Experts say new logging laws will spell end of koalas.

Rail trail to be completed by 2020

Rail trail to be completed by 2020

The council is aiming to have the trail open within two years

Heartbreaking story behind mystery ad

premium_icon Heartbreaking story behind mystery ad

Dad desperate to make contact with long lost son

Local Partners