Weekend police round-up – injured bushwalker rescued, bushfire started by fireworks, drug arrest
A badly twisted ankle saw emergency services spring into action after a 28-year-old Bligh Park woman was injured on a bush walk near Wheeny Creek.
The incident at Gees Arm, South Trail required special operation ambulance officers and SES officers, due to the rugged terrain.
SES officers helped stretcher the woman to a more suitable location where ambulance officers attended to her injury. Once stabilised, she was taken by ambulance to Nepean Hospital for treatment.
Fireworks suspected in bushfire flare-up
A scrub fire almost certainly started by people messing around with fireworks broke out near Colonial Ave and Rifle Range Rd, Bligh Park just after midnight on Sunday.
Police and fire crews were on the scene quickly and found an area approximately 20 metres by 20 metres on fire which was quickly extinguished.
Whilst investigating the cause of the fire, Police were made aware that fireworks had been let off in the area, which they believe was the likely cause.
Anyone with information in relation to the fire or people responsible should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Windsor Police on 4587 4099. The event number is E75894924.
Hawkesbury Proactive Crime Team officers stopped a black Chrysler on King Rd, Wilberforce at 2.40pm on Friday and with the help of a Drug Detection Dog officers found a small clear resealable bag containing what police will allege to be the illegal drug methylamphetamine. A 39-year-old Lilyfield woman in the car will be appearing before Windsor Local Court on a charge of possess prohibited drug.