Injured Bushwalker Rescue - Bundeena
Published: 29 Aug 2020 12:05pm
Just after 12pm Fire and Rescue NSW crews from Bundeena and Engadine Fire Stations responded to Bundeena Drive, Royal National Park after reports came through a bush walker had fallen resulting in a dislocated shoulder.
With the patient being one hour walk into the bush walking track, it was decided the safest rescue method was a NSW Ambulance four wheel drive.
With the help of FRNSW crews, NSW Ambulance packaged the patient into a stretcher and safely transported to hospital.
Updated: 30 Jan 2023 09:15pm
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