An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson has confirmed one person has been flown to hospital after a rescue at Mt Arapiles on Friday
The spokesperson said paramedics were called to an incident at Mt Arapiles this afternoon at about 2.15pm.
They said one patient is being flown by air ambulance to the Alfred Hospital in a stable condition with lower body leg injuries.
Emergency services from across the Wimmera have been called to a high-angled rescue to assist a trapped person.
Calls for assistance were first made at around 2:30pm on Friday afternoon, with one person needing to be rescued from the Mt Arapiles Tooan state park.
Stawell SES unit controller Brody Stewart said SES crews are involved in the "multi-agency" rescue effort.
He said SES from Stawell and Horsham Units are involved, with Fire Rescue Victoria, Ambulance Victoria and Victoria Police also on the scene.
He said emergency services are intending to complete an Air Ambulance rescue, but this is dependent on terrain and weather conditions.
Mr Stewart said SES crews are on standby to walk the patient out if required.
According to the VicEmergncy App eight vehicles are at the scene, with three members of the Stawell SES assiting the Horsham squad.
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