Lancaster, SC (November 3, 2018) – Police say that a construction worker was airlifted for medical treatment after being hurt in a fall at the Lancaster County School.
Police say that one other injury happened about a month ago in this same construction zone. The accident happened on Thursday, a few minutes before 5 p.m. The workers’ name and condition were not released.
The reason for the construction zone is because the school is building a multi-purpose room at the school. The steel worker was airlifted after they fell.
At this time, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the accident.
Lancaster Construction Accident
First and foremost, we would like to extend our kindest and most genuine sympathies to the victims involved in this accident. As the victim of an accident, it is important to know that you have many rights under South Carolina law.
Employers are expected to ensure the safety of all people in construction zones, making sure that employees are cared for through the use of safe practices on the job. Our attorneys at the Nye Law Group want to hold employers liable for their actions when they have acted in an adverse fashion. Please do not hesitate to reach us when you have questions about your case and want to know how to get started at (912) 200-5230.
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