A construction accident in Tenino, Washington has left an 80-year-old man injured on Monday. He was working on an underground bunker being built there. He was injured in a fall from some scaffolding.
The man was reportedly working on at eight-foot-tall scaffolding structure at the site on the 7000 block of Churchill Road Southeast around 1 p.m. when he fell and hit his head and neck on the hard dirt surface below, Lt. Chris Mealy said.
The man had to be airlifted to a hospital in Seattle for bleeding from his ear. His condtion was listed as critical. The accident will be investigated by OSHA.
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