Man recovers after being robbed while impaled on stake

The seriously injured man is loaded into a helicopter after he was impaled on a stake after coming off a motorcycle. Picture: FRANCES RAND, South Coast RegisterA Nowra man is in a stable condition in hospital after he was impaled by a garden stake in a motorcycle crash, then reportedly robbed and assaulted at the accident scene.A South Eastern Sydney Illawarra Area Health Service spokesperson said the 39-year-old man, who was airlifted to St George Hospital on Sunday afternoon, was originally admitted in a serious but stable condition but had since improved.The man allegedly stole a motorbike and was riding it along Adelaide St, Greenwell Point, when he lost control and slid into a garden bed at 1.45pm on Sunday. Crash victim robbed while impaled on stake A timber metre-long garden stake was driven through his right armpit and out his back, while a puncture wound was also found on his leg.NSW Ambulance officers said they responded to reports of a man who had a garden stake in his torso and required surgical intervention.Paramedics arrived to find the man conscious and the stake already pulled from his body.Nowra police said there was no motorcycle at the scene when authorities arrived.A source said the owner of the bike had caught up with the rider, pulled out the stake and punched him on the nose before taking his wallet and reclaiming the motorcycle.The injured man was taken to hospital suffering internal injuries and a suspected broken nose.
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