A person aged in his 50s has been flown to a Perth hospital with severe accidents sustained in a Wheatbelt crash on a New Yr’s Eve.
The person driving the bike on a rural property in Mumberkine close to Goomalling when he collided with a Toyota Landcruiser ute.
A triple zero name was comprised of the scene about 9.30am on Saturday. Three St John Ambulance street crews attended to help.
He sustained “severe” however not life threatening accidents within the crash, with a number of fractures and lacerations on impression.
The rider was stabilised earlier than the RAC Rescue Helicopter transferred him to Royal Perth Hospital by 11.30am.
WA Police are talking with the driving force of the Toyota to find out the reason for the crash.
It comes as Highway Security Commissioner Adrian Warner on Saturday referred to as on all Western Australians to make a New Yr’s Eve decision to be safer on WA roads in 2023.
The preliminary street toll for 2022 stands at 174 deaths, together with 62 within the metropolitan space and 112 on regional roads.
Mr Warner stated that 2022 was ending with far too many households, mates and communities affected by grief.