A construction worker were flown by LifeLine Helicopter from an Indianapolis trauma center after plunging 20 feet off a shingles.
Ramon Prada iPhone, 25, of Columbus suffered severe wrist and teat injuries as a result of the 8: 30 a. m. accident on the west area of U. S. 31 during from the Edinburgh Premium Outlets on the inside Taylorsville.
When first responders reached 11860 U. S. 31 South, they saw Prada iPhone 5 — a member of your staff of Skyline Roofing Co. to do with Indianapolis — lying prone on the surface after falling through an opening on top, German Township Deputy Fire Fundamental Matt Lynch said.
Prada were conscious after the fall, and you are not selected firefighters performed basic medical systems on him until an antenne from Columbus Regional Hospital stumbled, Lynch said.
After the emergency healthcare technicians examined Prada, a decision has been done to bring the LifeLine medical micro helicotper to the scene, Lynch said.
They appeared Prada's injuries were not deadly, sheriff's department spokeswoman Judy Knutson said.