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Australia Man dies in fall while trimming hedge on Sydney's north shore

04:15  07 april  2021
04:15  07 april  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Man dies after injuring himself with a hedge trimmer in Sydney's north

  Man dies after injuring himself with a hedge trimmer in Sydney's north Emergency services were called to a home on Smith Rd, in Artarmon, just after 5pm following reports of a man, in his 50s, had been injured with a hedge trimmer.Emergency services were called to a home on Smith Rd, in Artarmon, just after 5pm on Tuesday following reports of an accident involving a hedge trimmer.

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Gruesome details have been revealed about a man's freak death after he fell onto a chainsaw while trimming hedges on Sydney's lower north shore.

Emergency services were called to a home on Smith Road in Artarmon just after 5pm on Tuesday following reports a man was seriously injured while trimming a hedge with a power tool.

It's understood the man aged in his 50s fell three metres from a tree before landing on a chainsaw, causing catastrophic damage to his arm.

Paramedics found the critically injured man suffering a cardiac arrest who had lost a massive amount of blood from the severe laceration.

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a path with trees on the side of a road: Emergency services were called to Smith Road (pictured) in Artarmon on Tuesday after a man was critically injured while trimming a hedge. He suffered a cardiac arrest at the scene © Provided by Daily Mail Emergency services were called to Smith Road (pictured) in Artarmon on Tuesday after a man was critically injured while trimming a hedge. He suffered a cardiac arrest at the scene

He was rushed to Royal North Shore Hospital, where he later died.


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Four ambulance crews and the Careflight Rapid Response Rescue Helicopter team were confronted with 'traumatic and chaotic scenes'.

NSW Ambulance Inspector Carolyn Parish praised the paramedics who worked hard to stabilise the man after he had lost a 'large amount' of blood.

'The patient had been using a power tool whilst hedging prior to the medical emergency,' Inspector Parish said.

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'Paramedic crews did an amazing job in an understandably traumatic and chaotic scene.'

a building that has a sign on the side of a road: The man aged in his 50s was rushed to Royal North Shore Hospital (pictured), where he died © Provided by Daily Mail The man aged in his 50s was rushed to Royal North Shore Hospital (pictured), where he died Read more

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