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Air ambulance reacts to quad accident near Beaver Lake Sunday

An air ambulance rescue at Beaver Lake campground on Sunday night. - Caroline Bleackley
An air ambulance rescue at Beaver Lake campground on Sunday night.
— image credit: Caroline Bleackley

A man was airlifted out of the Beaver Lake campground on the weekend after a quad accident, according to witnesses at the campground.

An air ambulance landed at the campground on Sunday night, transporting one man out of the area.

Witness reports say the man was quadding with friends and family when he lost control of his machine and was injured.

The man's status is unknown at this time.

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