CRASH: Police assess the scene of the crash on Rattray St.
CRASH: Police assess the scene of the crash on Rattray St.

UPDATE: Motorbike rider dies after crash

UPDATE 11AM: A MAN who was transported to hospital in a critical condition after a single motorbike crash this morning has died.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman confirmed the tragic news.

Multiple paramedics and police crews were called to the scene of the crash which happened at about 7.30am on Rattray St in Avenell Heights.

Paramedics worked to help the man, 57, for some time before transporting him to Bundaberg Hospital, where he later died.

The spokeswoman said initial investigations indicated a medical condition could have been the cause of the crash.

Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident or has any dash cam footage which may have recorded drivers on Rattray St around the time.

The Forensic Crash Unit investigations are continuing.

 

 

CRASH: Paramedics tend to a motorbike rider after a crash in Avenell Heights.
CRASH: Paramedics tend to a motorbike rider after a crash in Avenell Heights.

 

EARLIER: A MOTORBIKE rider is in a critical condition after crashing his bike in a suburban Bundaberg street this morning.

Emergency services crews rushed to the scene at Rattray St, Avenell Heights at about 7.30am to find a 57-year-old man on the road unconscious and not breathing.

Paramedics worked on the man for some time before transporting him to Bundaberg Hospital.

Police were also called to the scene and are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.

More to come.

 

A police officer assesses the scene of the crash.
A police officer assesses the scene of the crash.


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