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Morning Tragedy on Shaw Farm Road

by Bobby Blair
August 20, 2013

Updated 6:00 PM

A man was severely burned this morning shortly after 9 a.m. on Shaw Farm Road.

A man operating a lift bucket was electrocuted and his bucket caught on fire. Firemen were unable to lower the bucket immediatley which continued to burn.

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The man who is about 30 years old was unconscious prior to Med-Flight's arrival at Stoddard Park at 9:54 a.m.

The HollistonReporter.com has learned that the 26 year old man, an employee for Ahronian Landscape and Design passed away from his injuries.

 

 

 

 

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Comments (4)

So very sad

- Pam Zicko | 8/20/13 8:22 PM

My heart is breaking. Sending love to all involved. Great big hugs, Mariaaaaaaaaaaaa :)

- Maria Salomao-Schmidt | 8/20/13 10:15 AM

Also, prayers for the responders and witnesses.

- donna | 8/20/13 7:53 AM

Prayers to this man, his family, friends and loved ones.

- donna | 8/20/13 7:53 AM

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