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Rescue crew responds to injured walker on Mt Warning

Mt Warning looking down the Tweed river into Murwillumbah Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News
Mt Warning looking down the Tweed river into Murwillumbah Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News John Gass

UPDATE: 4.30pm

A WOMAN has been taken to Murwillumbah Hospital after injuring herself on Mt Warning. 

A NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said emergency services were called after the 42-year-old fell on the track about 1pm. 

She said the woman was taken to hospital with an ankle injury. 

The woman was the second person in days to be rescued after a bushwalking injury in the Tweed Shire.

 

Initial report:

EMERGENCY services are responding to reports of an injured person on Mt Warning.

Just before 1.30pm Wednesday, Tweed District Rescue Squad was called to the incident.

The injury comes just days after a 73-year-old man spent the night on Mount Cougal, near Tomewin, after falling from a ledge and injuring himself.

More details to come.



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