Wagga toddler hurt in 65 metre fall from bridge | ABC News

Wagga toddler hurt in 65 metre fall from bridge | ABC News

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Sorry, this video has expired Video: Police investigate an incident on the Sydney Harbour Bridge (ABC News)

The father of a toddler who was injured in an apparent fall from a Sydney Harbour Bridge structure pleaded for the public to help find his missing daughter.

The girl’s father, Christopher Jones, was crossing the세부카지노 bridge to take her to school with his wife when the incident occurred.

«I need you to find her,» he said.

He was carrying a suitcase when it fell off the bridge and onto the bridge’s steps, the ABC’s 7.30 programme reported.

The toddler and her mother, Sarah Jones, were not hurt.

Police said both of the passengers were uninjured.

Police said it was believed the girl was being held at the main waiting area.

A spokeswoman for the bridge authority said the incident would affect the busy holid코인 카지노ay holiday period.

«Inspec룰렛tors are assessing the incident and investigating, which should be over the coming few days,» she said.

«I cannot speculate as to the cause.

«When the incident took place there were already people on the bridge who needed help, but we expect them to return to regular traffic at that time.»

«It’s extremely serious.»

NSW Police have said they have taken advice from the State Emergency Service’s emergency response team.

The incident happened late on Tuesday and was one of the first days of Christmas in Sydney.

Topics: missing-person, sydney-2000

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