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Multiple emergency services rallied to rescue injured bushwalker from Mount Kaputar walking trail, near Narrabri | The Northern Daily Leader

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EMERGENCY services rallied to head into rocky and mountainous terrain to rescue an injured bushwalker, who was stranded on a remote track on a mountain north of Tamworth. Fire and Rescue NSW crews from Narrabri, the local Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA), paramedics, police and wildlife services were all called to Mount Kaputar at the weekend, after a group of bushwalkers raised the alarm that a man was injured. The VRA took to social media to confirm the “complex” rescue operation took about four hours, before volunteers were trekking back down the…



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