• John Larrimer

Central Ohio Construction Worker Falls 59 Feet From Courthouse

A worker in Cambridge, Ohio injured himself after falling 59 feet onto a parked car from the roof of a courthouse, according to NBC 4 News. Keith Casto, 38, form Marion was working on the Guernsey County Courthouse when he fell on November 10.

Castro landed on a car in the parking lot before falling to the pavement. Paramedics took him to Grant Medical Center in Columbus via helicopter. He suffered very severe injuries. Casto was working for General Restoration Corp. of Columbus. Casto was attached to a harness, but it was not secured at the time he fell, according to the Guernsey County sheriff’s office. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will be conducting a full investigation into the incident.

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