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Young boy reportedly thrown down stairs in Yeppoon assault

Reviewed safety procedures rolled out to paramedics in the wake of a series of attacks have been so far well-received, according to their union.
Reviewed safety procedures rolled out to paramedics in the wake of a series of attacks have been so far well-received, according to their union. Contributed

BREAKING 5.15PM: AMBULANCE and police crews are responding to a James St phone-box following the assault of a young boy. 

The 13-year-old called emergency services claiming he had suffered a possible fractured jaw from an assault. 

Further reports indicate he was thrown down a set of stairs and is being transported to Yeppoon Hospital. 

Topics:  queensland ambulance, queensland police, yeppoon, yeppoon assault




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