The horror of the Bucks' party when three teammates get hurt when a rubber tree falls on their camp

A group of men undertook a weekend at Frenchmans Campground in Big River, more than three hours northeast of Melbourne, on August 4, when a ghost tree fell into their camp.

Three men were seriously injured after a 30-meter rubber tree fell into their camp.

A group of men undertook a weekend at Frenchmans Campground in Big River, more than three hours northeast of Melbourne, before the tree fell on 4 August.

At 12.30 in the morning, some of the men had gone to bed at night when a "loud crack" was heard.

A group of men undertook a weekend at Frenchmans Campground in Big River, more than three hours northeast of Melbourne, on August 4, when a ghost tree fell into their camp.

A group of men undertook a weekend at Frenchmans Campground in Big River, more than three hours northeast of Melbourne, on August 4, when a ghost tree fell into their camp.

Andrew Owen (standing, second from left), Clint Dent (top row, fourth from right) and a nameless man were seriously injured when the tree fell

Andrew Owen (standing, second from left), Clint Dent (top row, fourth from right) and a nameless man were seriously injured when the tree fell

Andrew Owen (standing, second from left), Clint Dent (top row, fourth from right) and a nameless man were seriously injured when the tree fell

One page Go Fund wrote me that, because it was dark, the men were forced to run cover.

"A 30-meter Ghost Gum had been uprooted and had fallen on the other side of his camp, leaving a path of destruction, seriously injuring three of our boys," wrote the page.

Two of the injured men have been identified as Andrew Owen and Clint Dent. The third man wishes to remain anonymous.

The tree, which is said to be 1.5 meters in diameter, fell from the other side of the river.

The unharmed men then cut off their friends to get rid of the tree and the extent of the wounds was unknown, however, there was blood and "bones sticking out".

Without receiving a reception, the men drove to the nearest city to meet with the ambulance officers, who stabilized the three men before they were transferred to hospitals in Melbourne.

Mr. Owen suffered several injuries, including nine broken ribs, fractured skull, broken scapula and swelling around the heart.

Mr. Dent has a fractured spine in three places, a broken femur, a fractured tibia / fibula bone, protruding from his leg, a broken jaw and broken teeth.

Then, the unharmed men cut off their friends from the tree and the extent of the injuries is unknown, however, there was blood and "bones sticking out".

Then, the unharmed men cut off their friends from the tree and the extent of the injuries is unknown, however, there was blood and "bones sticking out".

Then, the unharmed men cut off their friends from the tree and the extent of the injuries is unknown, however, there was blood and "bones sticking out".

The tree fell from the other side of the river and, without any service, the men were forced to take their wounded friends to the nearest town.

The tree fell from the other side of the river and, without any service, the men were forced to take their wounded friends to the nearest town.

The tree fell from the other side of the river and, without any service, the men were forced to take their wounded friends to the nearest town.

It is also suspected that Mr. Dent has neck injuries and nerve damage in his right arm.

Although none of the men slept inside the four-wheel drive, they slept close to her.

However, the car saved their lives as it took the brunt of the impact.

The accident could leave both men without work for a long time.

Mr. Dent runs his own business and Mr. Owen is a subcontractor without income insurance.

Owen's car is not insured and both men have young families to support.

Mr. Dent's wife, Leesa, according to Yahoo 7, commented on the group of men "each person in this image is an absolute hero."

Crowdfunding pages have been created to help Owen and Dent families recover

Crowdfunding pages have been created to help Owen and Dent families recover

Crowdfunding pages have been created to help Owen and Dent families recover

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