Japanese tourist dies in jet-ski accident in Australia

SYDNEY, Sept 23 (Reuters) - A Japanese tourist died after she lost control of her rented jet-ski and hit a moored boat in northern Australia on Thursday.

The 27-year-old woman was riding with her husband and an instructor in Cairns, northern Queensland, when she hit the side of the tourist boat, the Seven Network said.

She was pulled from the water by witnesses but paramedics were unable to revive her. Police seized the jet-ski for investigation. (Reporting by Jill Gralow. Editing by Patrick Johnston)

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