YouA man was taken to a hospital using a helicopter after he freed himself from a crocodile that had stuck to his arm. According to the Australian Associated PressThis incident is of a waterfall located in Queensland, Australia.
The man was taken from Lawn Hill National Park to a hospital in Mount Isa – where, as of yesterday evening, he was stable, albeit with puncture wounds to his arms, arms and legs.
The 40-year-old man told rescuers that he had struggled with a freshwater crocodile before he could survive. This happened after I decided to take a dip at the base of the waterfall during a motorcycle ride.
Greg Allen, a member of this air rescue team, said that the man was in great pain after the incident and his wounds were deep. A helicopter was called to pick up the victim at around 2 pm.
Greg Allen said, “The patient told us that the crocodile would be two to three meters long, so she was lucky to have survived.”
Queensland Ambulance Service Superintendent Brad Hardy further clarified that there was a large population of freshwater crocodiles in the area. “They are usually quite shy, but when they are surprised they become aggressive,” he explained.
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