A person has been airlifted after struggling an unintended gunshot wound to the chest in a looking incident in Queensland’s Southern Downs.
An RACQ LifeFlight Rescue spokeswoman stated the person in his 20s was climbing off a quad bike when one other particular person within the group by chance discharged a firearm on Saturday.
The bullet struck the person on the left aspect of his chest whereas he was on a property at Leyburn, about 70 kilometres south-west of Warwick.
Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics had been known as to the incident and met the person, who was pushed to the intersection of Murphy and Toowoomba Karara Highway at 9.15pm to be handled.
The affected person was stabilised on scene by street crews and was then airlifted in a critical however secure situation to Princess Alexandra Hospital by RACQ LifeFlight Rescue.
A important care physician and paramedic on board had been on board.
The rescue crew stated the affected person was capable of speak to his spouse, who was additionally on the scene, earlier than takeoff.