SERIOUS CRASH: The Kingaroy motorbike rider was airlifted to a Brisbane hospital after the crash on Saturday.
SERIOUS CRASH: The Kingaroy motorbike rider was airlifted to a Brisbane hospital after the crash on Saturday. Lifeflight

Biker to appear in court after serious crash

INVESTIGATIONS are continuing into a motorcycle crash in Kingaroy on Saturday morning.

A 33-year-old Kingaroy man was riding an unregistered Kawasaki motorcycle on Prince St on Saturday, September 1 at 10.30am.

Kingaroy police are still investigating the incident where it is believed the man lost control of the bike after accelerating heavily and lifting the front wheel from the road surface.

His helmet became dislodged after colliding with a large timber fence off the side of the road.

The rider was transported to Kingaroy hospital with serious injuries to his abdomen.

It is alleged he refused to supply a sample of blood while at the hospital.

A Toowoomba-based RACQ Lifeflight Rescue helicopter airlifted the male motorbike rider to the Royal Brisbane and Woman's Hospital due to the multiple injuries sustained during the crash.

The man will appear in the Kingaroy Magistrates Court on October 22, for allegedly failing to supply a sample of blood.

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