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WOMAN WINCHED FROM REMOTE BUSHLAND NEAR MOUNT WARNING

A 32-year-old woman had to be winched from bushland in the state’s far-north on Sunday afternoon, after she broke her leg.

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was called to an area near Mount Warning, inserting in a paramedic to assess the injured bushwalker.

She was winched from the remote location, and flown to Tweed Heads Hospital in a stable condition.

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