World news – Chopper hired Whitsundays after reporting an Irukandji sting


A rescue helicopter arrives at a medical facility on Hayman Island after an Irukandji sting was reported in the Whitsundays.

A paramedic was on board the rescue helicopter, which was on site at noon, who was supposed to help with the treatment.

The incident comes after a teenage boy from Cannonvale was rushed to Proserpine Hospital on Saturday on suspicion of a sea sting.

The girl had swum on the beach, where she was believed to have been stung by a jellyfish that may was an Irukandji.


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