A primary school-age boy is being treated for a broken leg at a Queensland hospital, after he was thrown from the animal’s back while riding a bull.
The LifeFlight rescue helicopter was called to the South Burnett area around 7pm on Saturday by the Queensland Ambulance Service, which was the first time on site.
The boy was riding the animal when he dislocated it, then stood on his leg, breaking his femur.
The rescue helicopter airlifted the boy and his mother to Toowoomba Hospital.
A spokeswoman for Queensland Health said today that the boy remains in stable condition in hospital.
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