Ironworker Critically Injured After Getting Electrocuted at a Long Island Construction Site
Long Island, NY – A female ironworker was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after getting electrocuted while working at a construction site along the Long Island Rail Road at around 9:30 a.m. on March 13. The victim was working at the Mineola train station, constructing a pedestrian bridge, which came in contact with high voltage wires. Investigation is ongoing while the injured worker is being treated in the hospital’s intensive care unit.
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