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A MAN has been freed after becoming impaled on a fence along a rail line in Brisbane’s north this evening.
Emergency services responded to a call at around 8.15 this evening at 253 Melton Rd, Nundah.
Upon arriving, ambulance crews treated a man who had injuries to his left forearm.
A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said the man was freed at around 8.30pm, and was alert and talking to authorities.
He was transported to the Royal Brisbane Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
A Queensland Police spokeswoman said the man had jumped the tracks along the rail line.
A Queensland Rail spokesman said trains were suspended for about 10 minutes along the Sunshine Coast, Redcliffe Peninsula and Shorncliffe lines.
The spokesman said services were resumed at restricted speeds and then resumed normal services shortly after.
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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