A Teenage Girl Fell Through A Construction Hole On A Montreal Bridge Last Night

She was reportedly taken straight to a trauma centre once rescued.

A 911 call was placed for a young woman who fell through a hole on a Montreal construction site during the evening of October 25.

The emergency call was received around 10:45 p.m. regarding this event that occurred on the Pie-IX bridge

A representative from Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal told MTL Blog that the victim is a young woman between 16 to 18 years of age, who was reportedly "intoxicated by alcohol" at the time of the incident.

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We don't know exactly how she fell.

Representative from Urgences-santé

The girl was removed from the hole by Montreal firefighters using ropes. The entire rescue is said to have taken approximately an hour.

Urgences-santé said the victim was conscious when emergency personnel arrived on the scene.

During her fall, she had apparently injured her ankle.

The teenage girl was transported immediately to a trauma centre following her rescue.

Urgences-santé had no updates on her current condition and remain unsure of how the teenager fell through the construction hole.

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