Stone mason killed after he was crushed by concrete and scaffolding at a Sydney highschool
- Man killed at Fort St Excessive after he was crushed by falling concrete, scaffolding
- The incident occurred shortly earlier than 11.30am in Sydney’s internal west
- It is understood the person was working as a stone mason on the college
A person working as a stone mason has died after he was crushed by falling scaffolding and a brick wall.
The incident occurred at Fort St Excessive College at Petersham in Sydney‘s internal west shortly earlier than 11.30am.
4 rescue crews from Hearth and Rescue NSW went to the scene together with NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance paramedics.
‘The gentleman has not been in a position to be revived,’ Hearth and Rescue NSW Superintendent Adam Dewberry informed reporters.
‘It should be a protracted and sophisticated operation to recuperate the particular person.
‘It is possible we will have to make use of a crane to start out lifting off a few of the particles.’
He mentioned Fort St Excessive college students had been directed away from the scene.
‘The scholars have been moved away from the world and sorted,’ he mentioned.
The person’s co-workers are understood to be distraught on the accident.
The reason for the incident is just not but identified.
The incident that killed the stone mason occurred at Fort St Excessive College (pictured) at Petersham in Sydney’s internal west
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