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Female scuba diver in critical condition after being pulled from the water in Sydney’s east 

Dramatic moment paramedics work desperately to save female scuba diver rushed to hospital in a critical condition after being pulled from the water near one of Sydney’s most popular beaches

  • A 53-year-old woman has been pulled from the water at Sydney’s Gordons Bay 
  • Other diver’s performed CPR on the woman before paramedics arrived on scene
  • She has been taken to Prince of Wales Hospital and remains in critical condition

A female scuba diver is in a critical condition after being pulled from the water in Sydney’s east on Friday.

Emergency services were called to Gordons Bay near Clovelly Road at about 9:40am following reports a diver was in distress and required assistance.  

The 53-year-old woman was pulled from the water by other divers who performed CPR before paramedics arrived on scene.

A female scuba diver is in a critical condition after being pulled from the water in Sydney

The 53-year-old woman was scuba diving at Gordons Bay near Clovelly Road on Friday

The 53-year-old woman was scuba diving at Gordons Bay near Clovelly Road on Friday

Other divers pulled the woman out of the water and performed CPR before paramedics arrived

Other divers pulled the woman out of the water and performed CPR before paramedics arrived

She was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital and remains in a critical condition

She was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital and remains in a critical condition

She was taken to the Prince of Wales Hospital and remains in a critical condition. 

Eastern Beaches Police Area Command said they have attended the scene and are now making inquiries.

Footage showed paramedics dressed in face masks desperately trying to resuscitate the woman while police and a large number of first responders in wet-suits looked on. 

More to come.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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