Construction worker Accident

Construction workers have to work under dangerous conditions. At times, these conditions show their true colors and severely affect victims for the rest of their lives. A horrible construction accident like this has occurred. An accident that resulted in the severed legs of a construction worker from Long Island.  

The details of this accident:

The accident happened at about 8 a.m. in the morning on Wednesday at Corncrib and Locust Lanes in Roslyn Heights. The worker was part of a crew working to carry out the installation process of a gas main under the roadway.  

This 39-year-old Grace Industries worker was knocked into a 10-foot hole by a huge steel plate. The steel plate then landed on him and severed his legs below the knee.

Who rescued the worker?

Co-workers at the construction site said the victim had just recently started working for Grace. Nassau County police had to climb into the hole to rescue the victim, using tourniquets to control the bleeding.

Medics arrived at the scene as soon as possible and rushed him to a nearby hospital for treatment. His condition was reported as stable by the hospital.

Grace Industries was carrying out the roadwork for another company named National Grid, a natural gas company. Grace immediately stopped the work and initiated an investigation of the accident. However, the company declined comment and provided no further details about this accident. Since this is a developing story, keep coming back to our website to get updates about this accident.

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