Firefighters, medics rescue man impaled on table leg
Crews had to remove part of the roof of his house to reach him
By Emma Sword
ST. ALBANS, England — Fire crews had to remove part of the roof of a house to get to a man impaled on a table leg in his loft.
Ambulance crews were called to the house in St Albans just after 6pm on Saturday. The man was brought out of the section of roof by firefighters with the metal table leg still attached and taken to St Mary's Paddington Hospital in London.
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