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Construction Worker Injured in Cement Truck Accident


Man Suffers Multiple Injuries in Oakland Accident

Oakland, CA (May 22, 2020) – A construction worker was injured in a cement truck accident in Oakland. The accident happened on the morning of May 22 on Skyview Drive.

A man was working with a concrete pumping crew building new homes in the Monte Vista Villas community. While working in the 6700 block of Skyview Drive, the man was hit by a cement truck that had tipped over. He became trapped and firefighters rescued him. He was taken to a local hospital with arm, leg and head injuries. 

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