A number of people airlifted to Westmead Hospital from the Central West on Sunday were reported to be in a stable condition, with TOLL Ambulance Helicopters tasked to several incidents in the space of just a few hours.
Just after midday one chopper was sent to Shooters Hill, near Oberon, to treat a 24-year-old man who had suffered head injuries after falling from his motorbike, the accident happened at a motocross track.
After paramedics treated him at the scene he was airlifted to Westmead and was reportedly in a stable condition on arrival.
The same was said of a 13-year-old boy who was flown to the Children's Hospital at Westmead just prior to that, another chopper was tasked to Newnes Plateau near Lithgow to treat him.
He suffered a shoulder injury when he was thrown over the handlebars of his bike, the accident occurring in a remote location on the West Boundary Track, near the Glow Worm Tunnel.
The Ambulance helicopter landed in a clearing nearby with paramedics treating the teenager on site, before he was flown to Sydney.
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