Man hospitalised after 'falling' from moving car
SUNDAY | A 27-YEAR-OLD man who presented to Bundaberg Hospital on Saturday morning in a stable condition after falling from a moving car has been discharged.
A Wide Bay Hospital and Health Services spokesman said the man underwent treatment for lacerations to his body and minor head injuries.
He underwent further testing and observation before going home at midday on Sunday.
SATURDAY | A MAN has been rushed to Bundaberg Hospital after he "fell" from a moving car on Moore Park Rd.
Queensland Police Service responded to reports of a crash at Gooburrum about 2.30am this morning.
"Once we got there there was a man being put into an ambulance," a QPS spokeswoman told the NewsMail.
"It was reported to us he'd fallen from a moving vehicle ... it was on grass we believe.
"We are unsure at this point whether he fell or jumped from the car."
Initial reports are the car was traveling about 80km/h from Moore Park Rd on Blackbutt St.
The 27-year-old man was taken to hospital by ambulance with non-life threatening injuries.
However, authorities were unable to confirm the extent or seriousness of his condition.
It is understood he may be suffering from a head injury.
Police are currently speaking to a 30-year-old woman, who they believe was the driver of the car.
Investigations are under way.
Wide Bay Hospital and Health Services have been contacted for an update on the patient's condition.
This is a developing story. Updates to follow.