Creamfields Main Stage 2012_Man falls but lives





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Published on Apr 29, 2012

Creamfields Music festival Sydney 2012.
29th April 2012

Its at least 5 stories... 30 feet????
Alesso was playing while all this was happening.
Probably the luckiest man at the festival.
How he lived I don't know.

Ironic: 2 mins into the video Avicii"s (sometimes) I get a good feeling starts

Update from Channel 9 interview:
Channel nine has tracked down the man who fell from the main stage scaffolding at Creamfields festival in Sydney yesterday. Hektor Wrótniak was taken to St Vincent's Hospital by ambulance officers after surviving a fall of almost 20 metres. According to news.com.au, he then discharged himself from the hospital and attempted to re-enter the festival.
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Quote of the Day:
"Wrótniak said:

"Thank god...Thank the lord...I lost my balance and then I was just hoping to maybe grab something...I think it was a very good example of what not to do at a music festival."

So what was going through his mind??

Nova's Breakfast Radio personalities "Fitzy and Wippa" spoke to him this morning, asking him the obvious question: "what was going through your brain when you were climbing that scaffolding Hector?" his reply, "When you're fist pumping your life away, you're just enjoying it so much, you want to release every last fist pump inside of you...you just hear the music like that it's mad."

He even says he got footage of it, which he'll "release on Youtubes and that", which I'm sure everyone will be eager to see, if it does ever emerge. He says the secret to his survival was God's love and the fact that he "hasn't had a hot shower in six years," and eats "a lot of cauliflower and Brussel sprouts". He's built tough

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