Paramedic's turn to be saved by Royal Flying Doctor Service

By Shana Morgan
Updated September 11 2015 - 5:17pm, first published 12:16pm
Trek the Track team: Justin O'Connor, Brad Healy, Greg George from RFDS, Steve Larkin (front), Daniel Ripley, Carl Stibilj and Jen Earnshaw from the Wangaratta Cinema Centre are promoting the movie. Picture: SHANA MORGAN
Trek the Track team: Justin O'Connor, Brad Healy, Greg George from RFDS, Steve Larkin (front), Daniel Ripley, Carl Stibilj and Jen Earnshaw from the Wangaratta Cinema Centre are promoting the movie. Picture: SHANA MORGAN

When paramedic Justin O’Connor went on a dirt bike trip to the desert to raise money for the Royal Flying Doctor Service, he did not expect he would actually need the service himself.

He was part of a 12-day trip with Wangaratta firefighters and their friends who have made a feature-length movie of their travels called Trek the Trak 5: On the Limit, which will premiere later this month.

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