Woman falls at Belmore Falls

Tuesday, April 18, 9.30AM

​An Illawarra Shoalhaven Health District spokesperson said the woman had been discharged from Wollongong Hospital.

Monday, April 17, 5.00PM

The injured woman, believed to be in her 20s, has been winched to safety after falling about three metres. 

The woman was airlifted to Wollongong Hospital. 

A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the woman was in a stable condition but had suspected ankle injuries. 

Monday, April 17, 3.45PM

A Toll NSW Ambulance Rescue Helicopter is on the way to the scene. 

NSW SES Wingecarribee Unit media coordinator Carly Miller said the helicopter was dispatched from Albion Park. 

“We are waiting for the Toll chopper to winch them [the female patient and the paramedic] out,” Ms Miller said. 

A paramedic had stabilised the woman while waiting for the helicopter. 

Monday, April 17, 2.55 PM

NSW SES Wingecarribee Unit media coordinator Carly Miller said a paramedic had been winched down to the injured woman. 

“There are two paramedics down with her at the moment,” she said. 

Monday, April 17, 2.45PM

A NSW Ambulance spokesman said a helicopter was among “a number of resources” at the scene. 

NSW SES Wingecarribee Unit media coordinator Carly Miller was on scene and said NSW Ambulance was trying to winch a paramedic to the female patient. 

“At the moment we are trying to see if they can get an ambo down there, otherwise we may have to walk in and get her,” she said. 

Monday, April 17, 2.15 PM

A woman has fallen several metres at Belmore Falls. 

At about 1.30pm on Monday, April 17 emergency services responded to reports a woman believed to be in her 20s had fallen at Belmore Falls in Robertson. 

A NSW Ambulance said it was believed the woman “had fallen a number of metres.”

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