Arlington County firefighters rescued a worker who fell and was injured at a home construction site in the Ballston area Monday afternoon.
The incident happened around 3 p.m. on the 1200 block of N. Taylor Street. Initial reports suggest a worker fell off a ladder and fell onto the home’s concrete foundation below ground, suffering a possible head injury.
Firefighters used a ladder truck and a Stokes basket to hoist the victim out from the construction site.
N. Taylor Street was closed to traffic from Washington Blvd to 13th Street N. due to the emergency activity.
Fire department spokesman Capt. Ben O’Bryant was unable to immediately confirm the nature of the injuries suffered by the victim, identified as an adult male construction worker, but said that he was being transported via ambulance to a local trauma center in “fair” condition.
Occupational safety investigators and the county fire marshal’s office were called to the scene, O’Bryant said.
Patient was removed from construction site and transported to a local trauma center in “fair” condition. ACFD units have returned to service. Fire Marshal on scene for follow up. pic.twitter.com/bnEVZkAkjj
— Arlington Fire (@ArlingtonVaFD) May 6, 2019
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