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A man is recovering in Gold Coast University Hospital after a chainsaw accident at a private property at Mullumbimby Creek today (Wednesday).

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter flew to the property at around 10am, where the man was reported to have severely injured his leg whiled cutting timber.

The man was treated and stabilised by NSW Ambulance paramedics from Mullumbimby before being flown to hospital for further treatment.


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  1. He would be recovering in gold Coast university hospital if they had not failed to provide adequate pain relief and support… instead he has been forced to check himself out less than 24hrs after serious micro surgery to seek help from his private gp… so much wrong with the system!

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