Man sent to hospital after home under construction collapses in Oakville

Man sent to hospital after home under construction collapses in Oakville
Man seriously hurt after Oakville home under construction partially collapses
A male worker has been transported to hospital with serious injuries after being trapped under a partial collapsed home under construction in Oakville this afternoon (Wednesday).

Firefighters and paramedics were called to the scene of the Sabel Street home — in the Lakeshore Road and Bronte Road area — at about 12:30 p.m.

The patient was extricated by airbags — after being trapped on the first floor by second-floor debris — and transported to hospital by Halton EMS. Hed been trapped for roughly 30 minutes, during which he was conscious and breathing.

One man sent to hospital after home under construction collapses in Oakville

A man sustained serious injuries after an home under construction in Oakville partially collapsed, trapping him under heavy debris.

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Emergency crews were called to the Sabel Street home, near Hixon Street and Seafare Drive, shortly after 12:30 p.m.

A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a home under construction collapsed in Oakville.

Firefighters found the man in the garage of the home but had to stabilize the building before reaching him.

Oakville Fire Deputy Chief Andy Glenn said the man had fallen through the floor and was stuck underneath a large load of lumber. No one else was injured.

Theyre clearly working on the second floor, so somehow the floor had given way, whether it was something to do with the structure itself or the winds, whatever the case maybe, its still undetermined, Glenn told reporters at the scene.

Glenn said it was a good sign the man was conscious and breathing when police first found him.

I do know he was complaining of some serious injuries to his body, so Im hopeful that the person will recover, its just undetermined at this point, he said.

Firefighters at the scene of a partial home collapse in Oakville on September 26, 2018. (Andrew Collins/CTV News Toronto)

Emergency crews survey the scene where a man became trapped under a house under construction in Oakville on September 26, 2018.

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