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January 20, 2014

Two Calgary workers injured

Two workers have been injured at a home construction site in Calgary, Alberta.

Carol Henke with the city’s fire department said it appears several framed walls of the three-storey house fell over in the wind. One of the workers fell about 4.5 metres and was rescued by firefighters before being handed over to emergency medical services personnel.

Fire crews have secured the site because it is no longer considered safe.

Occupational Health and Safety has been called in.

News from © Canadian Press Enterprises Inc., 2014

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