Woman safe after Rainbow Beach cliff incident
A RAINBOW Beach lifeguard reportedly helped a woman navigate the side of the Carlo Sand Blow at Rainbow Beach after she was reportedly in trouble up- to 50m up a cliff face.
Emergency and ambulance crews that were en route were stood down according to the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service and Queensland Ambulance Service.
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They were first dispatched after the call at 1.20pm, but no further assistance was required.
A FIRE and rescue team are on their way to Rainbow Beach where a woman may be trapped on a cliff face.
A call for help came through at 1.20pm referring to the incident on Double Island Drive, near Rainbow Beach Rd and Turana St.
A Queensland Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman could not confirm any further details.
Police or paramedics are not yet on the scene.
More information as it comes to hand.
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