Man hospitalised after falling onto concrete at South Windsor

Emergency services respond to the incident at South Windsor. Picture: TNV.
Emergency services respond to the incident at South Windsor. Picture: TNV.

A man has been taken to hospital suffering head and limb injuries after falling three metres onto concrete at South Windsor.

The CareFlight rapid response rescue helicopter was called to the scene shortly after 3pm on Friday, February 9 following reports the 28-year-old had fallen from height at a Mileham Street worksite.

“The man suffered head and limb injuries when he fell about three metres onto concrete,” a CareFlight statement said. 

The helicopter landed in a gravel carpark beside Windsor RSL Club a few hundred metres from the scene, and local police met the medical team as they landed. 

“CareFlight’s specialist doctor and critical care paramedic treated the man at the scene, working with NSW ambulance paramedics to stabilise him,” the statement said. 

“CareFlight's medical crew continued treatment in a road ambulance as the man was taken to Westmead Hospital in a serious but stable condition.” 

Picture: TNV.

Picture: TNV.