Toddler in hospital after farm accident in Cork

Toddler in hospital after farm accident in Cork

A toddler has been airlifted to Cork University Hospital after a farm accident in West Cork earlier.

It is understood the two year old suffered serious injuries when it was struck by a shed door on a farm in the Goleen area around lunchtime.

Coast guard units from Goleen and the Irish coast guard helicopter from Shannon were tasked to the scene.

The child was airlifted from a landing site in Toormore to Bishopstown GAA in the city before transfer by ambulance to nearby CUH at around 2.45pm.


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