An emergency services spokeswoman says the man who fell from the top of the tower on Wednesday has died.
Key points:Emergency services spokeswoman Kate Mott said a woman who had been in the building for about an hour was in critical but stable condition.
A woman in the tower’s lobby was also in critical, but stable, condition.
The woman had been on a balcony overlooking the building when the tower collapsed.
“We are still awaiting a medical report from the coronavirus experts,” Ms Mott told 7.30.
The coroner will conduct a post-mortem examination on Thursday.
The incident occurred on Wednesday at about 6:30pm when emergency services workers were called to the tower for reports of a woman in cardiac arrest.
Ms Mott described the woman as a female in her late 40s who was in her 30s.
“She was in cardiac shock and it took about an an hour for her to get into the building,” she said.
“The staff were able to get to the balcony and they found her in cardiac pain.”
She was taken to a nearby hospital, where she underwent surgery.
The man was taken by ambulance to Brisbane Hospital, where he died.
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