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Worker injured in UH-Manoa fall

By Star-Advertiser Staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:23 p.m. HST, Feb 11, 2014



Paramedics treated and took a construction worker to the hospital in serious condition Tuesday after he fell about 20 feet while working in an elevator shaft on the University of Hawaii Manoa campus.

The accident occurred at 8:50 a.m. at a renovation site in Edmonson Hall.







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Oahuan wrote:
People still don't get it. Fall Protection saves lives!!! They never think something like that could happen to them. They think the know better. It's always the next guy.
on February 11,2014 | 01:37PM
steve76 wrote:
OSHA will be knocking on the construction company ,, question ? why wasn't the worker wearing a safety harness/line ?
on February 12,2014 | 05:41AM
krusha wrote:
Construction guys get hurt all the time. Hopefully that guy recovers from this incident.
on February 12,2014 | 06:05AM
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