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Woman accidentally reverses off cliff

An elderly lady has reversed her car down a 5m embankment above Malabar ocean pool. Picture: Keely McDonough
An elderly lady has reversed her car down a 5m embankment above Malabar ocean pool. Picture: Keely McDonough

AN ELDERLY woman has freed herself after she accidentally reversed her car off a five metre cliff in Sydney's south east this morning.

The driver, believed to be in her 80s, was trapped for a short time after her car plunged down a five metre embankment above Malabar ocean pool, south of Maroubra.

Her car broke through wooden fencing at Randwick Golf Club carpark.

The broken fence. Picture: Keely McDonough
The broken fence. Picture: Keely McDonough

Five paramedic crews and a helicopter responded to the crash.

The woman was not injured but did tell paramedics she had pain in her right hip, according to 9 NEWS

The vehicle landed on walkway on Malabar Beach.
The vehicle landed on walkway on Malabar Beach.
Police and paramedics responded to the scene.
Police and paramedics responded to the scene.

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