As you can see, the (3/8") lag bolt broke off about 1.5cm beneath the surface.
I have a 18V cordless drill and a corded high speed dremel at my disposal.
My initial idea was to use some sort of EZ-out but I have heard that this may not be the best for my application. I'd prefer not to drill around the lag bolt if at all possible.
BTW, this is a follow-up to my previous question (Re-using lag bolt holes) from a few days ago. I realize that it may not be worth the effort and potential failure of trying to remove this lag bolt but I am just seeking ideas as to what can be done.