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41-year-old man injured in industrial accident in Craig

Craig Daily Press Staff Report

First responders from Craig Fire/Rescue and The Memorial Hospital Emergency Medical Services work to secure a 41-year-old Anson Excavating & Pipe, Inc. employee who was struck in the head Tuesday by a concrete pipe. The injury occurred in the parking lot of Northwest Pawn Shop where the city of Craig is installing a new lift station. The injured man was transported to TMH. Jennifer Riley, chief of marketing and business development for THM said the individual involved in the accident was admitted to TMH but is being transferred to another facility. Riley said she could not disclose the man's medical condition or where he is being transferred. Mike Anson, of Anson Excavating, said he could not comment on the incident because it is still being investigated.

First responders from Craig Fire/Rescue and The Memorial Hospital Emergency Medical Services responded to a 41-year-old Anson Excavating & Pipe, Inc. employee who was struck in the head Tuesday afternoon by a concrete pipe.

The injury occurred at about 2:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Northwest Pawn Shop where the city of Craig is installing a new lift station. The injured man was transported to TMH.

Jennifer Riley, chief of marketing and business development for THM, said the individual involved in the accident was admitted to TMH but is being transferred to another facility. Riley said she could not disclose the man’s medical condition or where he is being transferred.

Mike Anson, of Anson Excavating, said he could not comment on the incident because it is still being investigated.

The Craig Daily Press will have more on this story as it develops.