Construction worker, 24, impales his leg on a steel rod after he fell nine feet (3 metres) from a building site
Man fell at a construction site in Pymble, north Sydney, about 9am Monday
The 24-year-old was impaled in the upper left leg, NSW Ambulance said
He is in a stable condition at Royal North Shore Hospital
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By Rachel Eddie For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 19:47 EST, 25 September 2016 | Updated: 01:19 EST, 26 September 2016
A construction worker has been impaled by a steel rod after the 24-year-old man fell at a worksite.
The man fell three metres and was impaled by a rod in his upper left leg shortly before 9am on Monday, NSW Ambulance told Daily Mail Australia.
He was rushed from the construction site on Livingstone Avenue in Sydney’s Pymble to Royal North Shore by ambulance.
A construction worker has been impaled by a steel rod after the 24-year-old man fell at a worksite
The man was rushed from the construction site on Livingstone Avenue in Sydney’s Pymble to Royal North Shore by ambulance
The 24-year-old is in a stable condition, CareFlight advised.
Safe Work NSW said it would investigate the incident and confirmed the man's injury was at a multi-storey residential construction site.
'The worker fell from level two of the site, around three metres,' the spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia.
A rapid response helicopter landed at a Pymble school about 300 metres from the construction site about 9.10am.
NSW Police are also at the scene.
NSW Police are also at the scene at Pymble in north Sydney