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Date PostedMarch 9, 2016

Three Women Involved in Fall at Flemington Construction Pit

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Three women are lucky to be alive after the car they were travelling in plummeted 30 metres down a construction pit in Flemington.

Rescue workers expressed amazement that the 3 women survived the accident near Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse.

According to reports the driver lost control of the sedan while travelling on Ascot Vale Road in Melbourne’s inner north-west. It crashed through temporary fencing and plunged over the edge of the excavation pit before landing on its roof.

A passenger in her twenties had to be winched from the pit to ground level and was rushed to hospital in a critical condition.

The driver and other passenger weren’t injured and were able to walk away from the crash.

 

Source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-25/three-women-survive-construction-pit-fall-flemington/7198032

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