Teacher injured on Port Edward adventure camp

2016-09-24 12:34


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Cape Town – A teacher had to be transported to hospital after being injured during a zip lining activity at an adventure camp near Port Edward on Friday morning.

The National Sea Rescue Institute's (NSRI) Andrew Ingram said one of their first aiders was working nearby and drove to the scene.

He found a 27-year-old woman semi-conscious and on the ground at the end of a zip line.

She was treated for a possible broken left wrist and head and spinal injuries.

Ingram said she was part of a Pretoria school group being hosted at the camp.

She was in a stable condition.

The NSRI was unable to give more details around the incident.

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