Woman trapped and injured after waterfall emergency
4.10PM: A REMOTE rescue and helicopter crew frantically worked to save a woman who lay trapped and injured after a 10m fall.
Paramedics, firefighters and the chopper were called to the isolated Summer Creek falls, Kenilworth after the 37-year-old fell about 1.40pm.
A Queensland Fire and Emergency Service spokesman said the remote rescue crew trekked about half-an-hour to help a flight paramedic and doctor winch the woman to safety.
The patient, believed to be 37, has been flown in a stable condition to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said although injured, the patient was "lucky" considering how far she fell.
"She has a large laceration to her upper arm, back pain and severe pelvic pain," he said.
Ambulance and fire crews were leaving scene about 4pm.
She was initially reported to have fallen from 20m, however a QAS spokesman said it appeared to be about 10m.
UPDATE 3PM: A HELICOPTER rescue is under way for a woman who reportedly fell about 20m down a Kenilworth waterfall.
Paramedics are on scene at Summer Creek falls, as well as two fire crews and a support vehicle.
A Queensland Fire and Emergency Service spokeswoman said firefighters would walk about a half-hour to reach the woman, whose injuries remain unknown.
Further information is not available at this time.
INITIAL REPORT: A WOMAN has reportedly fallen about 20m down an isolated waterfall in the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said paramedics were responding to an emergency call to the Summer Creek falls, Kenilworth.
He said another person is believed to be with the woman, whose age is unknown.
The call came through about 1.40pm, but paramedics had not arrived at the Sunday Creek Rd location as of 2pm.
Three Queensland Fire and Emergency crews were on the way to assist with the rescue as of 2.20pm.
More to follow.