Singleton child in stable condition after falling from balcony

The Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked by New South Wales Ambulance to reports of a three-year-old child fallen from a balcony at a residential address in Singleton at 10am on Sunday.

Local Ambulance arrived on scene short time after the initial call and commenced treatment of a three-year-old female.

The child was road transported to the Singleton Hospital where the Westpac Rescue Helicopter landed.

The child was then assessed and treated by the Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team for head injuries before being flown direct to the John Hunter Hospital in a stable condition.

MEANWHILE the Westpac Rescue Helicopter is currently performing an urgent Inter Hospital Retrieval from the Scone Hospital to the John Hunter Hospital for a 10-year-old male.

The child is suffering from a serious medical condition and requires further on going treatment at the John Hunter.

He will be escorted in flight by the Critical Care Medical Team.

On Saturday the Westpac Rescue Helicopter responded to a property at Hollydeen between Merriwa and Sandy Hollow to a reported 40-year-old male who came off his motorbike while carrying out a jump and landed heavily.

ASNSW Paramedics initially treated the patient for multiple injuries and further stabilised by the Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team when they arrived before he was airlifted to the John Hunter Hospital in a stable condition.