Motorcyclist flown to hospital after crash near Hyde

Emergency services at the scene this morning. Photo: supplied
Emergency services at the scene this morning. Photo: supplied
A motorcyclist has been flown to Dunedin Hospital after he came off his bike travelling on SH87 between Hyde and Middlemarch this morning.

Police were called to the crash about 11.40am, a crew from the Middlemarch Volunteer Fire Brigade and St John ambulance also attended.

An Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter flew the man to Dunedin Hospital.

A police spokesman said there were no other vehicles involved in the crash, and the man's condition was not known at this stage. 




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