Man flown to Sydney in induced coma after gas explosion

A man is in an induced coma after a gas explosion in the New South Wales town of Mudgee. The Westpac Rescue Helicopter flew to the town just after 10pm last night following the explosion inside a home. Two people had been injured and were taken to Mudgee hospital. LIVE UPDATES: Health minister insists 'no delays' in Pfizer talks There, a 45-year-old man was placed in an induced coma and put on life support before being flown to Royal North Shore Hospital in a critical condition. He had suffered burns to his feet, chest and abdominal area. The second, female patient was treated at Mudgee hospital for minor burns.

A man is in an induced coma after a gas explosion in the New South Wales town of Mudgee.

The Westpac Rescue Helicopter flew to the town just after 10pm last night following the explosion inside a home.

Two people had been injured and were taken to Mudgee hospital.

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There, a 45-year-old man was placed in an induced coma and put on life support before being flown to Royal North Shore Hospital in a critical condition.

He had suffered burns to his feet, chest and abdominal area.

The second, female patient was treated at Mudgee hospital for minor burns.

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