World news – Paramedics waved to the climber with « critical injuries »

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Paramedics were taken to Mount Ngungun by helicopter to examine a young man who was reported to have fallen 40 meters in a climbing incident.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said the man believed to be over 20 years old had serious injuries.

A rescue helicopter, volunteer crews from the police, fire brigade and state rescue service also help.

#GlassHouseMountains – Paramedics are on Mount Ngungun at 12 noon before a major fall. The rescue helicopter was hired.

A rescue operation for a 20-year-old climber who fell 40 m on Mount Ngungun is underway.

A rescue helicopter was called after a young climber reportedly fell 40 meters on a popular mountain on the Sunshine Coast.

The Queensland Ambulance Service was called to Mount Ngungun in the Glass House Mountains at 12 noon. The man reportedly fell 40 meters.

About half a dozen paramedics are on site and the rescue helicopter is on its way.

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