Zac Efron 'flown to Australia after suffering medical emergency in Papua New Guinea' 

Hollywood star Zac Efron on ‘life-or-death flight to Australia after suffering extraordinary medical emergency while filming in Papua New Guinea’

Zac Efron was allegedly ‘flown to Australia from Papua New Guinea on a life-or-death flight after suffering an extraordinary medical emergency’ just before Christmas

The 32-year-old is said to have fallen ill with a ‘form of ­typhoid or similar bacterial ­infection’ and was transported to Brisbane Airport by a medical evacuation crew. 

Efron was admitted to the private St Andrews War Memorial Hospital in Spring Hill ‘in a stable condition’ – and received treatment for several days, according to The Sunday Telegraph.

Emergency: Zac Efron (pictured) was allegedly 'flown to Australia from Papua New Guinea on a life-or-death flight after suffering an extraordinary medical emergency' before Christmas

Emergency: Zac Efron (pictured) was allegedly ‘flown to Australia from Papua New Guinea on a life-or-death flight after suffering an extraordinary medical emergency’ before Christmas

The publication claims that Efron was later ‘given the all clear’ to fly home to the U.S. on Christmas Eve, after having his condition assessed by doctors. 

Dr Glenn McKay, Director of Medical Rescue, which oversaw Efron’s flight, told the newspaper he could not discuss patient information, but confirmed they ‘retrieved a US citizen in his 30s from PNG to Brisbane for medical attention in Australia.’ 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Efron’s reps for comment.

Overseas: Efron is said to have fallen ill with a 'form of ­typhoid or similar bacterial ­infection' and was transported to Brisbane Airport by a medical evacuation crew. Pictured: December 7

Overseas: Efron is said to have fallen ill with a ‘form of ­typhoid or similar bacterial ­infection’ and was transported to Brisbane Airport by a medical evacuation crew. Pictured: December 7

Hospital: Efron was admitted to St Andrews War Memorial Hospital in Spring Hill (pictured) 'in a stable condition' - and received treatment for several days, The Sunday Telegraph report

Hospital: Efron was admitted to St Andrews War Memorial Hospital in Spring Hill (pictured) ‘in a stable condition’ – and received treatment for several days, The Sunday Telegraph report

It is believed the Hollywood actor flew to Papua New Guinea at the start of December to film his new TV series, Killing Zac Efron. 

The series will follow Efron as he goes ‘deep into the jungle of a remote, dangerous island, falling off the grid for 21 days’, according to The Hollywood Reporter 

After landing in Papua New Guinea, Wewak tour guide Cyril Tara shared several pictures exploring the island with Efron. 

‘I am very happy to be is guide,’ said Mr Tara on December 7 while posing with Zac. 

Home: The publication claims that Efron was 'given the all clear' to fly home to the U.S. on Christmas Eve, after having his condition 'assessed by doctors'. Pictured: December 7

Home: The publication claims that Efron was ‘given the all clear’ to fly home to the U.S. on Christmas Eve, after having his condition ‘assessed by doctors’. Pictured: December 7

Location: It is believed Efron flew to PNG at the start of December to film series Killing Zac Efron, which follows him as he goes 'off the grid in the jungle of a dangerous island for 21 days'

Location: It is believed Efron flew to PNG at the start of December to film series Killing Zac Efron, which follows him as he goes ‘off the grid in the jungle of a dangerous island for 21 days’

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