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A worker has died after falling into a Value-Added Tax at Sydney Factory

07 Décembre 2017

EARLIER @ 10:15am: TWO men are trapped in an oil tank at an industrial site in Sydney's west.

It is believed two men aged in their 30s to 40s were inside the mixing tank to clean it this morning when they became trapped.

New South Ambulance superintendent Paul Turner said the worker had been trapped by his legs, describing the area as "a very hard scene".

New South Ambulance superintendent Paul Turner said the deceased man, aged in his thirties, had been trapped by his legs, describing the area as "a very hard scene".

"My understanding is that the men were doing maintenance ... inside the Value-Added Tax but there was still ink hampering rescue efforts".

Two colleagues of the man, believed to have both been aged in their 20s, were rescued from DIC Australia factory on Chisolm Road, in Auburn, western Sydney. 'It's extremely hot inside the Value-Added Tax, ' he said.

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"This is a bad tragedy", NSW Ambulance Superintendent Paul Turner said in a statement, adding they had deployed 10 resources to try and help the stricken men.

"We had ten ambulance resources on scene, along with NSW Police and Fire & Rescue".

'This is a bad tragedy, ' Mr Turner said later in a statement.

"We are working as quickly as we can to access these patients".

One of the men was freed shortly after 11am, while a third worker was extricated earlier and taken to Westmead Hospital with serious leg injuries.

A worker has died after falling into a Value-Added Tax at Sydney Factory