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Irukandji Jellyfish sting closes Cable Beach

Glenn Cordingley and Jakeb WaddellBroome Advertiser
VideoThe woman is now in a stable condition in hospital.

Cable Beach in Broome has been closed after a female was reportedly stung by an irukandji jellyfish.

Broome lifeguards were not involved and St John Ambulance was not contacted.

It is understood the person made their own way to Broome Hospital.

A spokesperson from the WA Country Health Service said the victim was still being treated in Broome Hospital and was in a stable condition.

Shire of Broome rangers have cleared the water from Cable Beach to Gantheaume Point.

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