Woman airlifted to Perth after Indian Ocean Drive crash

Midwest Times
RAC rescue helicopter. File image: WA Police
Camera IconRAC rescue helicopter. File image: WA Police Credit: WA Police

A woman has been airlifted to Royal Perth Hospital after a car rollover on Indian Ocean Drive this morning.

A WA Police spokesman said the woman was thrown from the vehicle during the crash, which happened about 55km north of Lancelin about 6am.

A St John Ambulance spokesman said her injuries were serious but not life-threatening.

He said two teenage boys and a male toddler who were also in the car were being treated at Joondalup Health Campus for non-life-threatening injuries.

The full extent of injuries is unknown at this stage.

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