Easter police reports:
Planned break just too far off |Car crashes just 10 minutes from stop-overSeatbelts save mum, daughters after car rolls 30m down embankmentFisheries officers on the prowl among Easter campersFISHERMEN found a seriously injured biker and got help for him after they heard a crash while fishing from a boat on the Mitta River yesterday.
A Tallangatta man, 33, was riding a KTM motorbike on adirt track off Yabba Road at 4.15pm when he lost control and crashed.
Leading-Senior Constable Anthony James said the fishermen had seen the man lying on the road after they heard the crash and pulled into the bank.
They told the property owner and contacted police and emergency services.
“The biker was wearing a helmet and all the appropriate gear,” he said.
“He suffered severe facial injuries and possibly broke his sternum, collar bone and jaw. He also has internal injuries.”
Police were unsure what had caused the crash and said another farmer had been riding the bike when they arrived.
It is believed the crash victim hit either a tree or embankment.
An investigation is on hold until police can interview the rider.
An Ambluance Victoria spokesman said the man was flown to Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital in a critical condition with several serious injuries, including suspected spinal injuries.
Police are appealing for witnesses to phone the them on (02)60712204.
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