Lady falls from mountain in Magaliesberg while hiking
By Solomon1996 | self meida writer
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The lady was settled and raised into a 17 Squadron Oryx helicopter and moved to medical clinic.
A lady was carried to medical clinic after she slipped and cracked her correct lower leg on a Magaliesberg mountain on Saturday evening, paramedics said.
Netcare911 representative Shawn Herbst said the occurrence occurred at around 4pm.
Herbst said paramedics, the Mountain Club of SA, Off Road Rescue Unit, Mogale city fire and salvage administrations and Oostermoed Protection Services needed to climb to where the lady was abandoned on the mountain.
"At the point when the salvage groups showed up at the scene they found the patient in extreme agony and experiencing hypothermia because of the severe climate.
"Because of the idea of the landscape and wellbeing contemplations, the help of the flying corps was mentioned," Herbst said.
He said the lady was balanced out and raised into a 17 Squadron Oryx helicopter and moved to medical clinic.
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