LOGAN — A construction worker was hospitalized after falling off a building in North Logan Monday afternoon. The incident occurred just after 2:30 p.m. near 670 East 1550 North, at the Aspire Engineering Research Center.
According to emergency radio traffic, the man fell approximately 30 feet while working on the construction of the building. He reportedly had breaks to both legs, one of them was a compound fracture.
Bystanders immediately called 911 and attempted to provide first aid. They applied tourniquets to each leg before paramedics arrived on scene.
The 50-year-old man was transported to Intermountain Logan Regional Hospital. He was reportedly awake and talking with emergency crews.
The man’s identity was not released, pending notification of family. An investigation into the fall is underway.
Firefighters said it’s believed the man fell into a pile of mud and managed to avoid hitting the concrete.
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