Woman resuscitated after being pulled from water at Coolum

A WOMAN was taken to hospital this morning in a serious condition after being pulled from the water at Coolum Beach. 

A spokeswoman for Queensland Ambulance Service said the 19-year-old woman suffered a seizure in the water, which led to a "drowning incident".

CPR was conducted on the beach and the woman was revived before being taken by ambulance to Nambour General Hospital. 

Topics:  coolum beach cpr drowning queensland ambulance service sunshine coast

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