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Woman taken to Coast hospital after snake bite

A woman has been taken to a Sunshine Coast hospital after being bitten by an unidentified snake overnight.
A woman has been taken to a Sunshine Coast hospital after being bitten by an unidentified snake overnight. Mike Richards GLA170716SNAKE

A WOMAN has been taken to hospital on the Sunshine Coast after reports that she was bitten by a snake.

Paramedics were called to a Marcoola address last night after reports that a women in her 40s had been bitten on the foot.

 

Ambulance officers arrived at Mudjimba Esplanade just before 8pm, transporting her to Nambour Hospital in a stable condition.

A spokesperson for Queensland Ambulance said they could not confirm what type of snake bit the woman.

Topics:  hospital nambour snake snake bite


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