Ambulance
Ambulance Trevor Veale

Man slices through wrists in shock farm accident

AN ALSTONVILLE man has been rushed to hospital after a nasty farming accident this morning.

Paramedics were called to a property near the intersection of Rifle Range Rd and Pearce's Creek Rd about 10.40am with reports of an injured male.

An NSW Ambulance media spokesman said patient was 40-years-old and was working on the property at the time.

"The gentleman was fixing a fence and an electric grinder has slipped and cut through his wrists.

"We've called the chopper, he has a deep laceration to his right wrist."

The man is understood to be conscious and breathing and has been taken by road crew to Lismore Base Hospital, arriving around 11am. 

The spokesman said he may be transferred from there by air depending on his condition.


Alleged supermarket bust up under investigation by Roma cops

Premium Content Alleged supermarket bust up under investigation by Roma cops

Roma police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an alleged...

Opera at Jimbour returns as part of world first music event

Premium Content Opera at Jimbour returns as part of world first music event

One of the Western Downs’ highly anticipated heritage events will return for a...

WORLD FIRST: Charleville will be part of statewide festival

Premium Content WORLD FIRST: Charleville will be part of statewide festival

Charleville has been listed part of a world-first music festival in a bid to...