Paramedics have been summoned to the top of Sydney Harbor Bridge to treat a woman who is allegedly suffering from heat exhaustion.
The NSW Ambulance Service told news.com.au that he had been summoned for the incident at 11:55. The police were also in place.
The paramedic focused his efforts on overthrowing the woman, which reportedly was 50 years old, from the top of the bridge. Footage captured by a Canal 7 helicopter showed it was attached to a stretcher.
Since then, she has been successfully lowered and is now taken to a Sydney hospital. It is in a steady state.
Today Sydney is choked. As they called, the city's temperature was 30 degrees.