The Westpac Life Save Rescue Helicopter was called to Minnie Water this morning, after a young man suffered a five metre fall.
The Westpac Life Save Rescue Helicopter was called to Minnie Water this morning, after a young man suffered a five metre fall.

Man suffers head injury after five metre fall

A young man is recovering in hospital after falling down a dune east of Grafton this morning (May 2).

At around 4am, the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was called to Minnie Waters, where a man had reportedly suffered a head injury after falling five metres down a dune.

The 18-year-old was treated on the scene by Ambulance Service NSW paramedics and the Westpac Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team, before being transported to Lismore Base Hospital.

He is currently in a stable condition.



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