Lucky escape for three-year-old in motorbike accident

A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy has been transported to Warwick Hospital with minor injuries after falling from a motorbike and down an embarkment at Gap Creek Farm.

The Queensland Ambulance Service was called to Gap Creek on the Cunningham Highway at Tregony at 8.30am today to treat the boy.

A helicopher was tasked to the site but a further call was made to stop the flight as the helicopter was not required.

A spokesman for the QAS said the boy fell off the bike and rolled 3m down an embankment.

"All his observations are okay and he was taken to hospital with a wrist injury and sore neck," he said.

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