Debris worker rescued after getting stranded on lift equipment
BATON ROUGE - A worker at a debris site had to be rescued by firefighters after the lift equipment they were on got stuck in the air.
Specifics about the worker were not released. The rescue happened at the FEMA site on Old Perkins Road around 4:40 Tuesday afternoon.
The worker was stranded 25 feet in the air, the St. George Fire Department said.
A fire truck extended its ladder to the lift and the worker was able to climb down.
There were no injuries.
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