Man in his 30s plunges from a window in front of horrified schoolchildren
- Incident occurred on Woonoona Avenue, Wahroonga in Sydney’s north
A man in his 30s has been taken to hospital in a critical condition after falling six metres from a window in front of horrified schoolchildren.
The incident occurred around 8am Friday morning on Woonoona Avenue at Wahroonga in Sydney’s north.
The Abbotsleigh Junior School is located on the street but it is not yet known whether the incident occurred at the school.
Three crews along with the Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter with a critical care doctor and critical care paramedic were dispatched to the scene.
The injured man has been taken to Royal North Shore Hospital, a NSW Ambulance spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.
The injured man has been taken to Royal North Shore Hospital, a NSW Ambulance spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia
NSW Police said officers are currently on the scene and had cleared the area for a helicopter to land in order to transport the man to hospital.
‘It appears the patient has fallen several metres from a window,’ confirmed Charnan Kurth of NSW Ambulance Service.
‘It’s obviously a worrying time for bystanders on scene when an incident like this occurs, they did a great job assisting the patient until paramedics arrived.
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