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Moama Anglican Grammar student in critical condition after falling from cliff on Grampians camp

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A teenage girl remains in a critical condition after falling from a cliff during a school camp in the Grampians.

The Moama Anglican Grammar student, 13, fell about six metres while walking near Mount Stapylton on Thursday afternoon.

It’s understood the year-eight student lost consciousness and suffered arm and head injuries.

She was flown to the Royal Children’s Hospital and has undergone surgery.

She is listed as critical, but stable.

The school says staff and students are returning from the camp today.

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