Emergency crews are in the process of extracting an injured woman from a remote location in Ebor.
Emergency crews are in the process of extracting an injured woman from a remote location in Ebor. Trevor Veale

Rescue under way for injured woman in Ebor

EMERGENCY services have been called to extract an injured woman from a remote location in Ebor.

Paramedics were called to Point Lookout Rd at 2.50pm this afternoon.

An Ambulance Media spokesman said crews are responding to reports of a woman in her early 60s with a sustained ankle injury.

The spokesman said a ground team are in the process of trekking to extract the injured woman.

This story will be updated as events unfold.



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