FIRE PIT: The man reportedly suffered burns to his hands and feet. Picture: David Caird
FIRE PIT: The man reportedly suffered burns to his hands and feet. Picture: David Caird

Killarney man airlifted after falling into a fire pit

A KILLARNEY man has been airlifted to Brisbane after falling into a fire pit last night.

According to QAS media, the man in his 40s was on a private Border Rd property at 1am when he fell.

He received burns to his hands and feet and was flown to Royal Brisbane Hospital in a stable condition.


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