A woman was left with a possible broken hip when she fell through a verandah on a rural property on Tuesday night.CHLOE WARBURTON February 6, 2014 5:12am
Dookie police Sergeant Dale Potter said a woman, 41, was on an elevated verandah on a Katandra West property when part of it collapsed underneath her at 8.40
‘‘One leg fell into the hole, she was trapped for a period of time and she was eventually freed by emergency services,’’ Sgt Potter said.
‘‘She was in a fair bit of pain and paramedics treated her once she was extracted. It’s no-one’s fault, she’s just stood on a weak plank and fallen through.’’
The woman was taken to Shepparton’s Goulburn Valley Base Hospital with a possible broken hip.
Police, paramedics and the fire brigade attended the scene.
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