Paramedics transported a woman to hospital following an incident at Noosa National Park on Monday.
Paramedics transported a woman to hospital following an incident at Noosa National Park on Monday.

Woman hospitalised after another National Park incident

PARAMEDICS have transported a woman to hospital following an incident at Noosa National Park on Monday morning.

Queensland Ambulance Services Spokeswoman advised a woman in her 40s reportedly fell near the Fairy Pools in Noosa's National Park.

Paramedics were called to the scene at 9.43am on Monday, February 3 and the woman was transported to Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

She had suffered abrasions to parts of her body and was in a stable condition.

Three fire crews, in Polaris vehicles, were also called to the scene to assist in extricating the patient from the area.

This comes after two men were airlifted from the area last month, one man in his 20s suffered head and suspected spinal injuries while another man was treated for knee injuries.


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