A car has fallen from a cliff into bushland on North Stradbroke Island.
A car has fallen from a cliff into bushland on North Stradbroke Island.

Mystery of car over island cliff

AUTHORITIES are yet to confirm the whereabouts of people in a car that fell from a cliff on North Stradbroke Island this morning.

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Queensland Fire and Emergency Services confirmed they were called about 7.50am about a car that had fallen from a "cliff" and into bushland near Point Lookout Rd at the Amity turn-off, heading towards Point Lookout.

Two fire crews were at the scene for about 30 minutes.

The car was reportedly on its side about 15m off road in bushland.

A QFES spokesman said paramedics also attended but the driver and any passengers of the car could not be found.

Queensland Police say they are not investigating.

 

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