Snake bite victim rescued from Nature’s Window

Geraldton Guardian
The woman is stretchered from the park.
Camera IconThe woman is stretchered from the park. Credit: Kalbarri SES

Emergency workers and Kalbarri National Park visitors rescued a woman who suffered suspected snake bites at Nature’s Window yesterday.

Park rangers provided the woman with first aid, before Kalbarri SES administered oxygen and put her on a stretcher.

A large group of bystanders helped move the woman through the park’s more difficult areas.

The woman was initially taken by ambulance to Kalbarri Nursing Post and then to Geraldton Hospital.

A WA Country Health Service spokeswoman today said the woman was in a stable condition and was expected to be discharged soon.

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In a Facebook post, an SES spokesman said it had been a great response from all involved.

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