Injured girls waits 24 hours for rescue
A 15-year-old injured girl has had to wait almost 24 hours in Brisbane Water National Park to be rescued in an operation involving police, NSW Ambulance and Fire and Rescue NSW on February 26.
The girl was on a school camping trip in the National Park near Wondabyne andsuffered a possible neck injury during a bushwalk just after 1pm on February 25.
Due to the weather, rescuers could not retrieve the girl from the park that day.
The girl was treated at the scene by ambulance paramedics who stayed with her overnight.
She was airlifted from the site at about 12:30pm on February 26.
She was taken to Westmead Children's Hospital in a stable condition.
Media release, 26 Feb 2018
NSW Police Media
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