Police have confirmed a 38-year-old man has died following a quad bike incident in Central Queensland on Wednesday night.
Emergency services were called to a private property at Barmaryee, near Yeppoon, just after 6pm, after reports of man involved in a quad bike incident.
A Queensland Police spokeswoman said a 38-year-old man was assessed by paramedics for critical injuries but tragically succumbed to his injuries.
A report is being prepared for the coroner.
A 14-year-old boy was tragically killed in an ATV rollover at Bungundarra, 17km north-east of Yeppoon back in August this year.
There have been more than 280 quad bike fatalities in Australia since 2001.
Quad bike and side-by-side accidents claimed a total 24 lives on Australian farms in 2020, including nine deaths in Queensland.
A report released by Agrifutures Australia from figures collated from AgHealth Australia's national farm injury coronial database revealed 58 on-farm deaths were recorded in 2020, the same number as 2019.
Eight of the deaths were children under 15 including two on quad bikes and one on a side-by-side.
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