Published: Sat, October 13, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Female ranger taken by crocodile in remote Northern Territory

Female ranger taken by crocodile in remote Northern Territory

A woman has been attacked and taken by a saltwater crocodile in remote Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory.

Officers from Lake Evella and Nhulunbuy were working with local rangers and the community to search nearby waterways for the woman.

Police found her body about 5pm less than a mile from the scene.

Police said they did not know the identity of the victim. Rangers killed the crocodile.

The female park ranger who was declared missing after being taken by a crocodile has been found dead.

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The circumstances surrounding the incident have not been confirmed due to the remoteness of the location and difficulty relaying information.

The Aboriginal ranger was snatched by the crocodile at the East Arnhem outstation of Gan Gan about 206km southwest of Yirrkala at about 10am on Friday.

The incident is being investigated by NT WorkSafe.

Gan Gan is a five-hour drive down a dirt track, which is the only major road in East Arnhem, from Yirrkala. A CareFlight spokeswoman said the organisation had been stood down from responding as information supplied to them indicated the person was missing.

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