The reopening of the Woolworths store in Kiama has been delayed following a workplace accident that left a man in hospital.
The man was airlifted to St George Hospital, but has since been discharged.
The supermarket giant has now confirmed the planned reopening on August 16 would no longer occur.
"Due to a workplace incident two weeks ago this will not be possible," a Woolworths Groups spokesman said.
"We'll be in a position to provide a further update once a new reopening date for the store has been decided."
We'll be in a position to provide a further update once a new reopening date for the store has been decided.- Woolworths spokesman
The Woolies Kiama pop-up shop and BWS remain closed since the accident.
"Both will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so," the spokesman said.
He said the operating dates for the pop-up shop and BWS will be extended for the foreseeable future.
"We appreciate the patience and understanding of the whole Kiama community during this time," he said.
Meanwhile, a shuttle bus is from Kiama to Shellharbour Stockland will continue.
The bus will be wheelchair accessible and have Woolworths team member/s onboard to assist customers.
This workplace accident was one of three fall from height incidents in the region during a one-week period in July.
On July 20, a 22-year-old man was impaled on a Bulli worksite and rushed to hospital.
All three incidents remain under investigation with SafeWork NSW.
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