Two people were seriously injured in separate crashes near Bremer Bay over the WA Day long weekend. On Friday night, the Royal Flying Doctor Service flew a 61-year-old man to Perth after he rolled his vehicle on Borden-Bremer Bay Road in what police described as a “very confronting crash”. The man’s Toyota LandCruiser utility left the road about 5.50pm and rolled several times into bush near Warramurrup Road, 15km east of Bremer Bay. The driver had to be freed from the wreckage by firefighters before he was taken by ambulance to Bremer Bay then flown to Perth by the RFDS. The local man received treatment at Royal Perth Hospital for serious but not life-threatening injuries. Jerramungup officer-in-charge Acting Sergeant Adam Winter said the LandCruiser was written off and police were still investigating the cause of the single-vehicle crash. Then, on Sunday afternoon, the RAC Rescue helicopter airlifted a 28-year-old Perth man from House Beach after he was thrown from his quad bike in a collision with a Toyota Hilux. The quad bike and Hilux collided about 1pm as they came around a tight bend on a remote bush track in the Fitzgerald River National Park. The rider was thrown from his bike, sustaining a broken arm and dislocated right hip. In an area without telephone or radio signal, the driver of the Hilux walked 700m to higher ground to call emergency services. Given how remote the crash scene was, paramedics needed an SES four-wheel-drive to reach the patient. Once stabilised, the man was taken to House Beach, where the RAC rescue helicopter picked him up and flew him to Bremer Bay. He was then taken by ambulance to Albany Health Campus. “This appears to be a genuine traffic accident on a wet, slippery surface and the two vehicles met on a tight bend with dense vegetation,” Acting Sgt Winter said. “If it wasn’t for the availability of the SES four-wheel-drive vehicle from Bremer Bay, accessing the rider would have been nearly impossible given the terrain.” Sgt Winter said both men were in a stable condition. “Both incidents are a reminder that when driving on public roads or enjoying bushland or national parks, we urge everyone to take care behind the wheel,” he said.