A teenage girl has suffered chest injuries after falling and being trampled by a bull in rural New South Wales.
New South Wales Ambulance tasked a rescue helicopter to Tabulam in the state’s far northeast about 8.15pm on Saturday after reports a 13-year-old girl was injured.
Paramedics said the girl sustained chest injuries when she fell and was then trampled by a bull at an event.
She was treated on scene by paramedics and the helicopter’s critical care medical team before she was flown to Lismore Base Hospital.
She was in a stable condition.
No further details are available.