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The 36-year-old man is left with horror injuries after being hanged on the pole at a workplace in North Sydney

The 36-year-old man is left with horror injuries after being hanged on the pole at a workplace in North Sydney

  • A 36-year-old man reportedly fell three meters and impaled his shoulder on a reo bar
  • He was detained for an hour before the rescuers were able to free him
  • Part of the bar was still in his shoulder when he was taken to hospital

A 36-year-old man has suffered a horrific shoulder injury after being impaled on a steel reinforcing bar at a workplace in North Sydney.

He reportedly fell backwards and crashed three meters before landing on the metal beam piercing his shoulder at a workplace at the Childs Circuit in Belrose at 1:15 PM on Wednesday.

The merchant was stuck for an hour by the reinforcing bar, also known as the reo bar, before rescuers partially cut the bar to free it.

A 36-year-old man (pictured) sustained horrific injuries after being nailed to the stake at a workplace in North Sydney

A 36-year-old man (pictured) sustained horrific injuries after being nailed to the stake at a workplace in North Sydney

The man reportedly fell backwards and collapsed three meters before landing on a steel reinforcement bar at a workplace on the Childs Circuit in Belrose on Wednesday at 1.15pm.

The man reportedly fell backwards and collapsed three meters before landing on a steel reinforcement bar at a workplace on the Childs Circuit in Belrose on Wednesday at 1.15pm.

The man reportedly fell backwards and collapsed three meters before landing on a steel reinforcement bar at a workplace on the Childs Circuit in Belrose on Wednesday at 1.15pm.

Part of the bar was still deep in his shoulder when he was transported by ambulance.

Firefighters, paramedics, police and Careflight teams were all on site.

Paramedics treated him for ‘a serious shoulder wound’ on the spot before Careflight transported him to te Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition.

Rescuers partially cut the bar to free it. Photos from the scene show that part of the bar was still embedded in his shoulder when transported

Rescuers partially cut the bar to free it. Photos from the scene show that part of the bar was still embedded in his shoulder when transported

Rescuers partially cut the bar to free it. Photos from the scene show that part of the bar was still embedded in his shoulder when transported

Paramedics treated him for “a serious shoulder wound” on site before Careflight transported him to Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition

Inspector Antony Clarke said, “Incidents at work sites are extremely challenging and it shows how quickly each situation can change.

“Together with other emergency services, we were able to provide ongoing care and release the patient safely.”

“Our crews together with the Careflight team provided the best possible treatment before transporting our patient to the hospital.”

Photos of the yard show that it is a project in the initial phase, because there are still many scaffolding present.

Shocked workers with high vision equipment were seen watching their colleague being treated in an ambulance.

Photos of the yard show that it is a project in the initial phase, because there are still many scaffolding present

Photos of the yard show that it is a project in the initial phase, because there are still many scaffolding present

The pictures of the yard show that it is a project in the initial phase, because there are still many scaffolding present

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