One dead, two trapped after landslide at walking track in Wentworth Falls in Blue Mountains

One dead, two trapped after landslide at walking track in Wentworth Falls in Blue Mountains Rescue workers at the scene at Wentworth Falls. Image: 7 News
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Emergency services workers at the scene at Wentworth Falls. Photo: Blue Mountains Gazette.

Emergency services workers at the scene at Wentworth Falls. Photo: Blue Mountains Gazette.

TweetFacebookBlue MountainsGazette onepatient has been“confirmed deceased and two other patients trapped, at least one of them with serious, significant injuries”.

“We are preparing to winch in a medical team – critical care paramedic and doctor,” the spokesman said.

“A party of Special Operations Team Paramedics trained in remote area access and rescue are also in the process of accessing the scene on foot.”

Police issued a statement at 1.35pm confirming “oneman has died and two men have been injured. Their ages are not yet known”.

“Due to the remote location of the landslide it took rescuers some time to reach the site,” police said.

Blue Mountains Police have confirmed the incident in the national park with rescue crews and general detectives heading to the scene at 11.40am.

Fifteen ambulance resources are at or heading to the scene including three NSW Ambulance andToll Rescue Helicopters, Special Operations Team Paramedics and a road medical team.

Police have issued a statement at 1.30pm.

One dead in landslide – Wentworth Falls

Emergency services are responding to reports of a landslide at Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains.

About 11:40am (Wednesday 29 November 2017), emergency services were called to the Wentworth Falls Walk at Wentworth Falls, after reports a number of people had been injured.

Due to the remote location of the landslide it took rescuers some time to reach the site.

At this stage, one person has died and three others injured.

A command post has been established at the end of Falls Road and several emergency services including officers from Blue Mountains Local Area Command, Blue Mountains police rescue, Polair, NSW Ambulance, Fire andRescue NSW, and National Parks andWildlife Service have responded.

Members of the public are asked to avoid the area.

No further information is available at this stage.

The National Pass walking track at Wentworth Falls has been closed due to rock instabilityThis article first appeared on the Blue Mountains Gazette website.

One dead, two trapped after landslide at walking track in Wentworth Falls in Blue Mountains Rescue workers at the scene at Wentworth Falls. Image: 7 News
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Emergency services workers at the scene at Wentworth Falls. Photo: Blue Mountains Gazette.

Emergency services workers at the scene at Wentworth Falls. Photo: Blue Mountains Gazette.

TweetFacebookBlue MountainsGazette onepatient has been“confirmed deceased and two other patients trapped, at least one of them with serious, significant injuries”.

“We are preparing to winch in a medical team – critical care paramedic and doctor,” the spokesman said.

“A party of Special Operations Team Paramedics trained in remote area access and rescue are also in the process of accessing the scene on foot.”

Police issued a statement at 1.35pm confirming “oneman has died and two men have been injured. Their ages are not yet known”.

“Due to the remote location of the landslide it took rescuers some time to reach the site,” police said.

Blue Mountains Police have confirmed the incident in the national park with rescue crews and general detectives heading to the scene at 11.40am.

Fifteen ambulance resources are at or heading to the scene including three NSW Ambulance andToll Rescue Helicopters, Special Operations Team Paramedics and a road medical team.

Police have issued a statement at 1.30pm.

One dead in landslide – Wentworth Falls

Emergency services are responding to reports of a landslide at Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains.

About 11:40am (Wednesday 29 November 2017), emergency services were called to the Wentworth Falls Walk at Wentworth Falls, after reports a number of people had been injured.

Due to the remote location of the landslide it took rescuers some time to reach the site.

At this stage, one person has died and three others injured.

A command post has been established at the end of Falls Road and several emergency services including officers from Blue Mountains Local Area Command, Blue Mountains police rescue, Polair, NSW Ambulance, Fire andRescue NSW, and National Parks andWildlife Service have responded.

Members of the public are asked to avoid the area.

No further information is available at this stage.

The National Pass walking track at Wentworth Falls has been closed due to rock instabilityThis article first appeared on the Blue Mountains Gazette website.