Bush walkers rescued from Little Wobby
A group of bush walkers was rescued from the remote area of Little Wobby, near Patonga, on July 7.
Emergency services received reports at around 7:30pm on July 7 that the group had not been seen or heard from in some time and concerns were held for their safety.
A search and rescue operation commenced between Marine Area Command NSW and local emergency services, including the Central Coast Volunteer Rescue Squad.
Squad president Mr Joel Dawes said rescue crews spent around three hours searching for the group who were located uninjured around 10:30pm.
The group was then escorted by rescuers to Patonga Wharf.
Social media, 7 Jul 2019
Joel Dawes, Central Coast Rescue Squad
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