Climber dies after falling in a Sydney indoor climbing gym


BREAKING NEWS: Horror as rock climber plunges from gym wall and DIES after suffering ‘critical’ head and chest injuries

  • A climber fell from a Sydney indoor climbing centre on Wednesday morning
  • The climber suffered critical chest and head injuries with police on the scene
  • He was treated by paramedics but was unable to saved. Investigations continue 










A man has fallen to his death while climbing a wall at an indoor recreational centre after suffering critical head and chest injuries.

Paramedics were called to the indoor climbing centre on Unwins Bridge Road, St Peters, in Sydney’s inner west just before 11.30am on Wednesday to reports a man had fallen while rock climbing.

It’s understood the man is aged in his 30s. 

A man has fallen to his death while climbing a wall at Sydney indoor recreational centre where he suffered critical head and chest injuries

A man has fallen to his death while climbing a wall at Sydney indoor recreational centre where he suffered critical head and chest injuries

Police and paramedics were called to the scene on Wednesday morning over reports a man had fell while rock climbing

Police and paramedics were called to the scene on Wednesday morning over reports a man had fell while rock climbing

He was treated at the scene but was unable to be saved with NSW Police also responding to the incident.

Investigations are continuing while the gym posted on social media it would be closed for the rest of the day.

More to come. 

Paramedics were called to the indoor climbing centre on Unwins Bridge Road, St Peters, in Sydney's inner west just before 11.30am on Wednesday

Paramedics were called to the indoor climbing centre on Unwins Bridge Road, St Peters, in Sydney’s inner west just before 11.30am on Wednesday

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