A 50-year-old women was treated in the Lyell McEwin Hospital late Sunday afternoon following a bicycle accident at Rowland Flat.
According to a SA Ambulance Service spokesperson, the woman was cycling on the Jack Bobridge Track before 4pm when she fell.
The woman sustained injuries to her head, chest and face and was conveyed to hospital by ambulance.
Both SAAS and CFS crews assisted with the incident.
Meanwhile, SA Police are investigating the theft of a farm grader from a Freeling property between June 4 and June 7.
The Fiat Allis grader was taken from Hanson Street, and has a SA registration SBZ 082. If anyone has seen the grader or knows of its whereabouts call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at https://crimstopperssa.com.au.
At Freeling, two vehicles were stolen between June 2-3 – one was taken from the driveway of a Becker Street property and the other from a Booker Road driveway.
On June 2, Nuriootpa police reported a 19-year-old Port Adelaide man for driving without due care, breaching P-plate conditions and drunk driving.
The man had an alleged blood alcohol level of 0.133, and was issued an instant loss of licence.
On May 31, Gawler police arrested a 40-year-old Willaston man on an outstanding warrant, and on the same day the Barossa police arrested a 34-year-old Salisbury Downs man and charged him with serious criminal trespass and theft.
It was reported to police that between May 31 and June 1 a crossbow and a hunting knife were allegedly taken from a shipping container on Hocknull Place, Mount Pleasant.
The items were later found at the edge of the property’s driveway.