Woman hospitalised after horror fall from hinterland cliff

UPDATE @ 5.50 PM | A young woman has miraculously managed to escape serious injury after falling from a rocky cliff in the Gold Coast Hinterland this afternoon.

Emergency crews were called to Cedar Creek falls in Mount Tamborine just after 4.00pm, following reports a person had fallen between 10 and 20 metres.

Several Fire and Emergency Service crews assisted paramedics with the rescue, which involved rope lines to help extricate the woman from the area.


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After finally being freed, she was treated on scene for limb injuries.

The woman has since been taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.

EARLIER @ 5.00 PM | A woman has fallen at least 10 metres from a rocky cliff in the Gold Coast Hinterland this afternoon, with a major rescue operation now underway.

Emergency crews were called to Cedar Creek falls in Mount Tamborine just after 4.00pm, following reports a person had fallen from a significant height.

At least five fire and emergency service crews are on scene assisting paramedics with the rescue.

A QFES spokesperson told myGC crews are using rope lines to extricate the woman from the area.

Miraculously she is understood to be in a stable condition, however her exact injuries are unknown at this stage.

More to come.

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