Man flown to Alfred after accident

An air ambulance transferred motorcyclist who crashed near Rheola.

An air ambulance transferred motorcyclist who crashed near Rheola.

UPDATE MONDAY 8.59am: A man injured in a motorcycle accident in Rheola on Sunday remains in a serious but stable condition, according to a spokesperson for The Alfred hospital.

The man, in his 60s, was flown to the The Alfred with chest and abdominal injuries after he came off his motorbike and hit a pole on Inglewood-Rheola Road about 11.30am.

UPDATE 4pm: An Ambulance Victoria spokesman said the man has been flown to the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne with abdominal and chest injuries.

He is in a serious but stable condition.

EARLIER: A man in his 60s will be flown to Melbourne after he crashed his motorcycle at 11.30 this morning.

Two ambulance vehicles and HEMS 3 air ambulance are attending the scene on the Inglewood-Rheola Road in Rheola.

Ambulance Victoria spokesman John Mullen said the man flew from his bike into a pole, he then rolled down a ditch.

Mr Mullen said the man is suffering from abdominal injuries.

He said after the man is stable the air ambulance would fly him to a Melbourne hospital.

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