Injured bridge worker recovering

The construction worker who sustained serious injuries after falling from a bridge several weeks ago is consistently recovering, a report from Houston County News stated on Thursday, December 5.

A company representative of Ames Construction said 19-year-old Logan Goodell is in remarkably good condition after falling from the bridge on Interstate 90 Wednesday, November 6. The firm’s vice president, Roger McBride, confirmed that Goodell is still in the hospital and he is getting well every day.

Goodell, who was wearing a harness while putting in concrete forms, sustained critical injuries when he accidentally fell from the bridge with a height of almost 45 feet. A probe into the accident is currently being conducted by the Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to figure out if safety violations caused the incident.

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