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Five hurt in balcony collapse
Aftermath: Neighbour Pio Donato inspects the damaged balcony. Picture: Sharon Smith/The West Australian

Five people have been injured after a balcony collapsed at a Lancelin property.

None are believed to have life-threatening injuries but it is understood at least one person has suffered possible spinal injuries, while another has fractures.

St John Ambulance was called to the scene about 1.50pm.

It is believed the five people will be taken to hospitals across Perth including Royal Perth Hospital, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Joondalup health campus.

The West Australian

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