Construction Worker Injured at Carver Community Center

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Updated: 8/12/2013 6:27 pm
A construction worker suffered a 25-foot fall from the roof of a building at the Carver Community Center today.

Police say the worker had stumbled on the roof, and was about to fall, but was able to grab a piece of roofing on his way down and hold on while others at the work site gathered under him. Investigators say the man eventually lost his grip on the roofing and landed on another man who was trying to break his fall.

Both men suffered non-life threatening injuries and were sent to UK hospital.
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