Two cameramen who fell from a crane in a Scottish racing park are supposed to recover completely.

The two men were hospitalized yesterday after the incident at the Hamilton Park Race Course.

After reports of the incident on Tuesday, June 29, around 1:35 p.m., rescue workers were called to the horse-drawn tram.

The fire brigade mobilized two devices, with the two men falling on the roof of a vehicle.

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They were rescued with an air ambulance before being taken to Wishaw General Hospital for treatment by ambulance.

We have reported that all races have been abandoned for the day and an investigation has been started by the Heath and Safety Executive.

RaceTech Media, who the crew members worked for, confirmed that the two men are being treated in the hospital.

They said, “We are happy to announce that our two injured cameramen are being treated in the hospital and there are early signs that they will both make a full recovery.

“We’ll keep updating, thanks for all the good wishes.”

A police spokesman for Scotland said: “At around 1:50 pm on Tuesday, June 29th, the police were called to a report that two men had fallen from a mobile platform on the Hamilton Race Course.

“The emergency services were visited and both men were taken to Wishaw General Hospital for treatment, where their condition is described as stable.

“The incident has now been referred to the Health and Safety Executive.”