A man in his mid-20s has died after a motocross collision south of Melbourne on Saturday.
Paramedics were called to Frankston City Motorcycle Park about 2.20pm after a reported collision between two men in their 20s.
Ambulance Victoria spokesman Paul Bentley said paramedics desperately fought to save one of the riders who was critically injured.
“One of them suffered head injuries and was in cardiac arrest when paramedics arrived,” he said.
“They tried for about 45 minutes to revive him but unfortunately were unsuccessful.
“The other man suffered some minor injuries and didn’t go to hospital.”
A source told The Age the man who died had gone over a jump and crashed.
The man came off his bike and a motorcyclist behind him went over the same jump and landed on top of him.
The man’s death will not be added to the road toll as it happened on private property.
WorkSafe is investigating the incident.
Police will prepare a report for the coroner.
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