- A Chinese worker was saved by his helmet as an iron hook hit it on his head
- CCTV footage showed the moment of the hit as the hook snapped and flipped
- The man was sent to hospital for check-up but he was confirmed to be unharm
A factory worker in southeast China has luckily survived as a loading hook snapped and hit on his head.
Surveillance camera footage capture the horrifying moment when the security hook snaps and sets loose of the metal sheets at the site.
The worker was hit on the head but was protected by a safety helmet and found to have no major injuries.
Factory workers in Foshan, China, can be seen unloading a stack of heavy steel sheets on floor
One side of iron hooks can be seen swinging in the air as it snaps and comes off suddenly
According to qq.com, the incident happened in a factory in Foshan, Guangdong Province on December 5 at around 3:30pm.
Two workers can be seen trying to unload a stack of metal sheets on hooks and thick wires.
But the hooks suddenly came loose and snapped, flipping the metal sheets up in the air.
It flips one of the metal sheets up as well as the metal hook hit on a worker’s head
The man falls onto the ground with his safety helmet knocked off to the side
He is luckily saved and found to have no major injures after being sent to a hospital for checks
One worker managed to escape but another man was hit on the head. The securing hook knocked him on the ground instantly and flipping his helmet off.
The stunned worker survived and was sent to hospital for check.
He was found to have not sustained any injuries.