Australia Rock climber killed in 40 metre plunge from Glass House Mountains

16:41  10 april  2021
16:41  10 april  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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A rock climber has died after a 40-metre plunge at the Glass House Mountains on the Sunshine Coast.

Queensland Police said the man, aged in his 20s, died at the scene after sustaining critical injuries in the fall just after midday today.

A group is believed to have witnessed the man's death.

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Paramedics described the fall as "significant".

"Paramedics assessed a man with critical injuries after falling 40m during a rock-climbing incident at around 12pm," a spokeswoman for Queensland Ambulance told 9News.

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