Australia Man trapped in sand 'may have been drug-affected'

15:52  12 july  2018
15:52  12 july  2018 Source:   9news.com.au

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A man who became trapped in sand in Hervey Bay on Queensland's Fraser Coast sparking a desperate rescue effort has been freed.

The 29-year-old was trapped for several hours before witnesses heard him calling for help around 11.30am and notified emergency services.

Police say the man is known to them and may have been affected by drugs and chasing a "bearded dragon" when the "sinkhole" opened up beneath him and he became buried up to his chin.

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a bird sitting on top of a dry grass field: A police officer reaches down into the hole. Picture: 9NEWS © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd A police officer reaches down into the hole. Picture: 9NEWS

Emergency crews worked for hours with shovels, buckets and their bare hands and an excavator was called in to move more sand.

The man was freed shortly after 3pm after the area had been secured.

An excavator has been called in to help free the man. Picture: 9NEWS © 9NEWS An excavator has been called in to help free the man. Picture: 9NEWS

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