A MAN in his 20s is currently being treated for upper body injuries.
He was flown by air ambulance helicopter to the Alfred Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
A person has been airlifted to the Alfred Hospital following an incident on Mount Macedon Wednesday morning.
An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson said the person was being treated for serious injuries.
"VICSES were called to support Ambulance Victoria with a patient who had fallen onto rocks in Mount Macedon just before 10am," they said.
"Six VICSES volunteers from the Woodend and Gisborne units assisted paramedics to transfer the patient to stable ground, across difficult terrain, using the mule stretcher; where the patient was airlifted to hospital."
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An air ambulance helicopter has been dispatched as emergency services work to extract a hiker from difficult terrain on Mount Macedon.
Paramedics are on scene assessing one person.
The incidents were reported around 9.37am and the Woodend SES unit responded to a call for assistance from Ambulance Victoria at 9.20am.
SES and Ambulance Victoria are current on scene.
The condition of the hikers is unknown, as is the cause of the incident.
More to come.
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