THE RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service was called to Moura at 11.20am on Saturday.
A 55-year-old Moura woman was suspected to have been bitten by a snake.
The woman was out feeding her horses when she felt a sharp whack on her foot, followed by localised pain. Further inspection revealed two small puncture wounds on her foot, whereby she raised the alarm and her husband transferred her straight into Moura Hospital.
The snake was unable to be identified.
The RACQ rescue helicopter’s onboard intensive care paramedic stabilised the patient before transferring her to Rockhampton hospital for further assessment. She was transported in a stable condition.
A SINGLE-VEHICLE rollover occurred on Friday, September 22. The incident occurred at 9.30pm on the Calvale Rd at Callide Creek crossing. The driver was driving a Mitsubishi Triton dual-cab ute with five occupants.
The driver went from a sealed road to dirt and lost control of the vehicle, causing the ute to roll once and end up on its side.
Police put the incident down to driver inexperience and are continuing investigations.