Teen, 15, fails to resurface after jumping from a rock face into water with several children as a rescue helicopter joins the search
A desperate search is underway to find a missing teenager who failed to resurface after jumping from a rock face into water with several other children.
Emergency crews were called to Kentlyn Basin, in Sydney’s south west, around 2.40pm on Wednesday following reports of a suspected drowning.
Five NSW Ambulance paramedic crews are on scene and rescue helicopter has also been called in to find teenager, believed to be a 15-year-old boy.
Kentlyn Basin is a secluded waterhole nestled in the Georges River Nature Reserve in the Campbelltown area.
More to come.