A man has been knocked over by a herd of cattle in the Boyne Valley on Thursday morning.
A man has been knocked over by a herd of cattle in the Boyne Valley on Thursday morning.

Man, 60s, hospitalised after being pushed over by cattle

UPDATE 10.30AM:

A man in his 60s was flown to hospital after he was knocked over by a herd of cattle on Thursday morning. 

Crews and a rescue helicopter were called to a private property in the Boyne Valley at 7.54am. 

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said it was a workplace incident involving cattle. 

She said the man was taken to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition with an ankle injury. 

INITIAL 9AM: A helicopter has been tasked to the Boyne Valley after a man was knocked over by a herd of cattle on Thursday morning.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said paramedics were called to a private property at 7.54am to treat a man in his 60s after a workplace incident involving cattle.

She said a helicopter had been tasked to the scene.

The man has an ankle injury and is in a stable condition.

More to come.



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