A 47-year-old man was transported to John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle late Sunday afternoon, May 19 following an accident in Nabiac.
The man was flown by the Westpac Rescue Helicopter suffering possible spinal injuries after falling through a roof.
The helicopter met an ambulance transporting the patient at the sports oval.
He was in a stable condition.
Also on Sunday the Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked on a medical retrieval to Manning Hospital at Taree to transfer a 54 year old woman, suffering a medical condition, to John Hunter Hospital.
Earlier that same day the rescue helicopter was called to Ellenborough Falls, near Elands, to reports of a hang glider/para glider stuck in trees. However the helicopter returned to the Tamworth base when it was confirmed that two people had BASE jumped at the falls.
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