Individual falls off a cliff within the Blue Mountains in a suspected self-harm incident – as paramedics rush to the scene to rescue them
- One particular person has fallen off a cliff
- Occurred at Portal Lookout in Blue Mountains
- Rescue helicopter was deployed to scene
One particular person has fallen off a cliff, and a second particular person is injured after a suspected self-harm incident at a well-liked lookout spot in Sydney’s Blue Mountains.
Emergency providers had been referred to as to Portal Lookout in Glenbrook round 8.25am Tuesday.
Pictures from the scene present emergency responders cutting down the cliff to succeed in the trapped affected person, whose accidents are unknown.
A spokesperson for NSW Police mentioned it is believed to be a self-harm incident.
Emergency responders are pictured on the scene of a cliff fall within the decrease Blue Mountains
The scenic Portal Lookout is well-liked with guests for its gorge and river views with abseiling and climbing choices.
The most recent incident comes hours after police discovered the physique of a person who vanished whereas canyoning within the Blue Mountains.
When he disappeared, the St Ives man, 39, was canyoning with a bunch on the Wollangambe River at Mount Wilson on Sunday afternoon.
His physique was discovered on Monday morning throughout a large-scale search.
The scenic Portal Lookout is well-liked with guests for its gorge and river views