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PA Workers Injured in Electrical Accident when Boom Hits Power Line

SOUTH MIDDKETON TOWNSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA – Two workers injured in an electrical accident on a farm in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County, were flown to Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center just after noon today.

Tim Yingst, chief of Citizens Fire Company of Mount Holly Springs, said the two were injured around 11:30 a.m. while delivering cattle feed to a farm in the 800 block of Petersburg Road. A boom of their truck, owned by Good Transportation Services Inc of Columbia, Lancaster County, hit a high-voltage electrical cable, Yingst said. He said he didn’t know the names of the accident victims.

Story Via PennLive.com

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