Whangateau Quad Bike Crash: Mother of Two Seriously Injured CCTV Footage

In this article, we are going to share very sad and shocking news with you. A mother of two was seriously injured in a quad bike accident in Whangateau. In Auckland’s Whangateau, a mother is in critical condition after the quad bike she was riding off the road with her two girls and their father. The two children and their father, according to emergency personnel, are not critically hurt. According to the source, the family was en route to a Saturday morning football game. Around 8.48 am, emergency services were summoned to the scene of the mishap on Ashton Road after a nearby digger driver heard the collision. A woman in her 40s and two children were “tasked to a remote area near Leigh to assist a female patient suffering a fall of 50 meters on a quad bike down a muddy bank,” according to the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter Trust.

Whangateau Quad Bike Crash

Whangateau Quad Bike Crash

“The woman had to be winched down from a height of about 200 feet (61 meters) to safety. She was transported in critical condition to Auckland City Hospital. A spokeswoman for St. John Ambulance said that one individual in a slight condition didn’t need to go to the hospital, while two others were taken to the hospital in moderate conditions. “A mum, two kids, and a father have taken a significant fall down a 50-75m vertical bank,” a police officer told to our sources. He said that the mother was the “main victim” and that emergency medical personnel and a Westpac aircraft were able to winch down a paramedic to get the family out.

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We also had two children transferred to the Starship; at this time, the father is unharmed. Apparently, a slide that had formed around November and worsened after the “big cyclone” was being traversed by locals riding quad bikes, according to a neighbor. After that, the route was blocked off because it was too narrow, and travelers had to use quad bikes to pass.

According to Senior Sergeant Matthew Child, “It’s a really large, high fall our staff along with ambulance and fire have put themselves in a fair amount of danger to get down to the injured parties.” It’s too soon to comment, according to Auckland Council, but its road safety teams will support the police inquiry. About 16 kilometers to the north of Warkworth is Whangateau. So this was all about this case. So, Stay tuned to PKB news.

Prakash Israni

Prakash Israni Is a 'self-proclaimed' professional in the ITES industry for 20 years, though prefer being tagged as a novice and a learner.

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