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SA man gets electric shock at wind farm  

A Mount Gambier man is in hospital after suffering an electric shock at a wind farm in the state’s south-east.

Police say the contractor had been working on a turbine at the Lake Bonney Wind Farm near Tantanoola when he was injured.

A quick-thinking workmate activated a safety switch and performed CPR on the 27-year-old, before helping him back to ground level before ambulance crews arrived.

SafeWork SA will investigate the incident tomorrow.

abc.net.au

25 February 2007

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