A construction worker was injured this past Monday in an industrial accident at Harford Community College. A fire company was dispatched to the scene around 3:30 in the afternoon and transported the man to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Apparently, the man was in his Bobcat moving a load when the weight of the load shifted and fell into the cab of the vehicle. The exact details of the accident are still being investigated. His injuries were fairly severe to his lower extremities, possibly causing fractures or crush injuries.
The Harford Community College was being renovated and expanded, and a construction team was there working on making those improvements. The man that sustained the leg injury was an electrician. Construction accidents happen on a fairly consistent basis, and are commonly caused by the load shifting, causing heavy cargo to fall and crush workers. Seek the help of an
industrial accident attorney from Arnold & Itkin if you've been injured in a similar accident. Someone from our firm is always available to speak with you 24/7, so
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