Emergency crews are trying to rescue a climber who is stuck on a sheer rock cliff in the Blue Mountains after falling and breaking his bones.
A climber is being rescued from a rock cliff in the Blue Mountains after falling and breaking his bones earlier in the day.
Rescue crews are dangerously helping get the climber to safety at Point Pilcher lookout in Medlow Bath this evening.
He is wrapped in a thermal blanket, sitting on a 1m rock ledge, halfway down the 150m cliff face.
He was part of a group of three climbing the cliff.
A rescue helicopter is being used to winch the injured man to paramedics at the top of the cliff.
He is believed to have a “significant” arm injury.