Syd룰렛ney worker hit by 40kg falling boulder outside cafe https://t.co/t8KUvSqwYw — FOX 5 Australia (@FOX5Aus) October 19, 2016
“I was inside the cafe eating my breakfast and about to leave and I saw this one drop at me on the ground about 30 metres away,” said Joanna, a woman from the nearby town of Nauru.
“I went and looked and all of a sudden I hit the concrete and hit the side of my 실시간바카라head,” she said.
“It was on an angle to me and then I fell on the concrete.
“I immediately knew it wasn’t good to be hit by an impact but in the end we’re safe and nobody needs to die.”
Joanna said she will never forget the impact she felt as she stood in the cafe with fellow employees and customers.
“All the energy goes out in the workplace,” she said.
“At that moment, you just feel a lot more fear because you have nothing to worry about and there’s nothing that I can do.”
Joanna said she is not prepared to take the fall again.
A local cafe owner who also works near the scene of the tragedy told News Corp Australia at the time the crowd was calm and respectful.
“Everybody was calm and polite, and we’re sure it’s a normal spot that these folks come to eat with their families so this was not a huge deal,” the owner of the Coffee Shop Cafe told news.com.au.
At the time of the incident there were around 100-150 patrons at the coffee shop and about 20 people inside when it happened.
The cafe was reopened shortly after the crash and is expected to reopen on Tue제천출장샵sday.
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