Woman dies after falling into fire at NSW campground

| 22.06,22. 05:29 PM |

Woman dies after falling into fire at NSW campground


A woman has died after she fell into a campfire at Gradys Creek, NSW. (9News)

A woman has died after falling into a campfire in northern New South Wales.

Emergency services were called to the camp site at Gradys Creek, near the Queensland border, about 10pm yesterday.
The 54-year-old woman died at the scene before emergency services arrived.
Police do not believe the death was suspicious.
They will prepare a report for the coroner.


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