Man injured after three-storey fall

A 52-year-old man was yesterday rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital after he fell from a four-storey building on Hadfield Street.

Boodhoo
Boodhoo

Boodhoo (only name given) of 126 Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara was reportedly on a scaffold on the third storey of the building when it broke and he fell. He was rushed to the hospital by a passerby. He sustained injuries to his head and broke his left leg.

At the hospital, co-workers of the man were angry that he was not getting medical attention in a timely manner and had to be cautioned by hospital staff to act in a respectful manner or the man would not be attended to.

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