• May 12, 2017

Worker Critically Injured in Accident in Forsyth County, GA

Forsyth County, GA -- A work-related incident left an unidentified worker with critical injuries Tuesday, May 9, 2017 in the area of Forsyth County, GA.

The incident took place at a medical office building under construction adjacent to Northside Hospital-Forsyth. It appears the man for reasons unclear was run over by a piece of tracked equipment.

The victim was transported to North Fulton Hospital, where he was last listed in critical condition.

Local officials are currently working with representatives from OSHA in an effort to determine the cause.

The preliminary press release provided no further information at the time of its release.

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