ACT Ambulance Service intensive care paramedics have rescued a 39-year-old male from the Summit of Mt Taylor, in the Mt Taylor Nature Reserve near the suburb of Pearce.
Intensive care paramedics used a specialist Four Wheel Drive vehicle to access the male patient, before treating him for leg injuries.
The patient has been taken to the Canberra Hospital and is in a stable condition.
Time of Emergency Triple Zero (000) call 3.42pm.
Fire has been extinguished at the Parkwood Industrial Estate at West Belconnen.
ACT Fire Brigade departed the scene at 2.55pm yesterday (Thursday).
Cause of fire undetermined.
Fire is almost fully extinguished and crews are about to depart the scene.
Queanbeyan City Council will monitor the site.
Cause of fire from a pile of mulch that self combusted.
ACT Rural Fire Service also assisting in extinguishing mulch fire.
Crews using heavy plant equipment with two front end loaders turning mulch over.
Crews expecting to have mulch fire fully extinguished this afternoon.
ACT Fire Brigade on scene at a fire of a pile of mulch on Railway Street, Oaks Estate. Estimated size of pile of mulch 60 metres x 40 metres.
No property at risk.
Fire being extinguished by ACT Fire Brigade with assistance from Fire and Rescue NSW and Queanbeyan City Council.
Smoke is non-toxic and will blow over the Queanbeyan area.
Time of Emergency Triple Zero (000) call 11.22am.