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Malua Bay rescue overnight

Yesterday evening at 6pm NSW SES Batemans Bay Unit were activated to assist Far South Coast LAC - NSW Police Force and NSW Ambulance where a female had fallen down an embankment at Malua Bay.

After winching into a NSW Ambulance Helicopter was deemed too dangerous, the NSW SES Batemans Bay Unit volunteers and Fire and Rescue NSW Station 217 Batemans Bay firefighters carried the female off the beach to a waiting ambulance for continued treatment.

A NSW SES Batemans Bay Unit spokesperson said "Thanks also to NSW SES Moruya Unit for heading north, just in case. We wish the patient a speedy recovery." If you are interested in volunteering please call 1800 201 000 or visit: For emergency assistance during storms, floods or tsunami, call NSW SES on 132 500. For urgent, life-threatening situations, call Triple-Zero (000) immediately.

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