Trail biker airlifted to Nambour

The AGL Action Rescue Helicopter has flown to the aid of a Brisbane man involved in a trail bike crash near Kenilworth.
The 45 year old was riding through bushland with his brother and a friend when he lost control of his bike, fell off and came to rest in a creek bed.
The AGL Action Rescue Helicopter landed at a nearby motocross track where its flight doctor and intensive care flight paramedic were driven four kilometres through the dense bushland to the scene.
They treated the man for a chest and possible spinal injury before he was airlifted to Nambour General Hospital.
He is in a stable condition.
Images courtesy AGL Action Rescue Helicopter