Miracle as woman who drove her car off a cliff and careened 70m down an embankment survives
- A woman in her 60s has survived a 70m plunge off a Queensland cliff in her car
- She was driving a country road near Peachester in the Sunshine Coast hinterland
- A rescue operation to safely get the woman back up the cliff is underway
A driver has plunged 70m metres after driving off a cliff in Queensland – but has miraculously survived.
The woman in her 60s was behind the wheel in Peachester, near Beerwah on the Sunshine Coast when she drove off the road.
She is being assessed by paramedics for possible neck and spine injuries.
The woman in her 60s careened 70m down an embankment after driving off Peachester Rd in the Sunshine Coast hinterland (pictured)
Queensland Ambulance Service confirmed that they attended a single vehicle rollover reported on Peachester Road about 11.22am on Monday.
‘A stable patient is being assessed at scene, with a rescue underway,’ QAS said.
Queensland Police told Daily Mail Australia about 3.30pm that Peachester Rd near Ocean View Park is currently blocked both ways following the rollover.
‘Emergency crews currently on scene.’ Queensland Police added.
‘Motorists are advised to avoid the area and to follow any traffic directions given.’
More to follow.
Queensland ambulance confirmed they are assessing a woman in a ‘stable’ condition