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Cliff rescue underway near Point Perpendicular at Jervis Bay for injured rock climber | South Coast Register

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Six Ambulance NSW crews and the TOLL rescue helicopter are responding to reports of a rock climber falling at Point Perpendicular at Beecroft Peninsular near Jervis Bay. Emergency services were called after 4pm to the man who is suspected to have suffered spinal injuries while rock climbing in the area. A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said the man was in a remote location near Point Perpendicular Lighthouse and hard to reach because he is stuck on a cliff. Read more: One dead, three children injured in serious collision on M1 at Figtree The rescue operation is expected to take some time in windy conditions. Emergency personnel are presently working on a plan of how to get the…



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