Public Works Employee Trapped By Live Wires in Middletown

Monday, Mar 4, 2013  |  Updated 11:59 AM EDT
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Public Works Employee Trapped By Live Wires in Middletown

Don Laviano, NBC Connecticut

A Middletown public works employee who was trapped in a construction vehicle by live wires is no longer trapped.

A Middletown Public Works employee was trapped in a large construction vehicle after live wires fell on his vehicle, according to Middletown fire officials.

The incident happed in a grader on Round Hill Road, near Coleman Road.

The man has gotten out of the vehicleH and was not injured.


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