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LOUDI, CHINA - MARCH 13: (CHINA OUT) The construction unit seals off the accident scene at the construction site of Sanda bridge on March 13, 2012 in Loudi, Hunan Province of China. A part of the Sanda bridge, with a total investment of 110 million yuan (about 17.36 million USD), collapsed on Monday evening without any reports of casualties. (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images)

There are crazy photos going around of a construction worker in India who managed to survive an iron rod going through his skull.

The man was working at his worksite when he fell into a well. As he was falling a long iron rod impaled him through his skull. A team of neurosurgeons saved the man’s life after an emergency surgery.


Tradie's miraculous survival after iron rod pierces skull

WARNING: Graphic A construction worker has narrowly survived a shocking workplace incident after being impaled through the skull and undergoing emergency surgery. Sanjay Bahe, a 21-year-old tradie from Central India, was working on repairs at his worksite when he plunged into a well.