NSW Central Coast: Hang-glider crashes near popular lookout spot

NSW Central Coast Hang glider crashes near popular lookout spot


BREAKING NEWS: Hang-glider crashes near popular lookout on NSW Central Coast

  • Hang-glider has crashed near popular lookout spot on the NSW Mid North coast 
  • Emergency crews deployed after hang-glider got into difficulty on Wednesday
  • Pilot located by lifesavers and assessed by paramedics with no serious injuries










A hang-glider has avoided serious injury after crashing near a popular lookout spot on the NSW Central Coast.

Emergency crews were deployed to the picturesque Crackneck Point at Forresters Beach following reports of a hang-glider in difficulty. 

Lifesavers were able to locate the hang-glider pilot who was assessed by paramedics on the scene who found no serious injuries. 

More to come. 

Emergency crews were deployed to the picturesque Crackneck Point at Bateau Bay following reports of a hang-glider in difficulty

Emergency crews were deployed to the picturesque Crackneck Point at Bateau Bay following reports of a hang-glider in difficulty

One local said they saw 'police, intensive care ambulances and paramedics' at the popular lookout spot on Wednesday afternoon (pictured)

One local said they saw ‘police, intensive care ambulances and paramedics’ at the popular lookout spot on Wednesday afternoon (pictured)

One onlooker said they ‘police, intensive care  



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