'Yellow snake with brown rings' lands Tannum woman in hospital
A 47-YEAR-OLD woman has been discharged after she was rushed to Gladstone Hospital yesterday afternoon.
About 4.15pm, Queensland Ambulance Service responded to reports of a snake bite at a Tannum Sands residence.
Once they arrived at Bulimba St, paramedics assessed the woman and gave her initial treatment before transporting her to hospital.
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A QAS spokesman said the snake responsible for the bite was brown and yellow in colour and had brown rings on it.
A Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service spokeswoman confirmed the 47-year-old had returned home.