A teenager has been airlifted to hospital after a quad bike crash north of Perth.
A Western Australian ambulance spokesperson told 7NEWS.com.au that the boy had been injured in a quad bike crash in Lancelin.
The spokesperson confirmed a RAC rescue chopper had been sent out to airlift the injured boy to the Royal Perth Hospital.
It is not believed his injuries are life-threatening.
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Lancelin is a popular quad biking area due to its many sand dunes.
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