A SIX-year-old boy has been airlifted from a Sunshine Coast camp site after he was burned in a camp fire accident.
The boy and his family were camping at Harry's Hut, in the Great Sandy National Park just north of Noosa Heads.
He received suspected burns to his body after metholated spirits were accidentally spilled into a camp fire.
Paramedics took the boy to Kin Kin oval where the RACQ LifeFlight Rescue Helicopter took over and flew him to Lady Cilento Children's Hospital in Brisbane for treatment.
Queensland Ambulance Service advised the boy received 9% partial thickness burns to the lower face and mouth.
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