Female ranger 'taken' by crocodile in Northern Territory

Female ranger 'taken' by crocodile in Northern Territory

Female ranger 'taken' by crocodile in Northern Territory

NT WorkSafe said it had been notified that the ranger had been taken by a crocodile approximately 206km south west of Yirrkala.

The woman was attacked while on the job about 10 this morning near the community of Gangan, about 206km south west of Yirrkala.

NT POLICE have recovered a woman's body after she was taken by a saltwater crocodile on Friday morning.

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It took police three hours to get to the lake the group of seven women and children were at in east Arnem on Friday.

"She was with the group. and the group noticed her missing", said a territory police commander, Tony Fuller.

"They heard some splashing".

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The incident is being investigated by NT WorkSafe.

Laynhapuy Homelands Aboriginal Corporation, which runs the Yirralka Rangers program, first reported the attack to authorities, and has since closed its office. The latest confirmed death from a crocodile attack in the Northern Territory took place in January past year.

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