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Construction Worker Injured in Fall on Pringle Avenue


Worker Hospitalized in Galt Accident

Galt, CA (April 16, 2020) – A worker was injured after falling down a shaft in Galt. The accident occurred on the morning of April 16 on Pringle Avenue. 

The worker was on a construction site in the 9000 block of Pringle Avenue when they fell 35 feet down a shaft. The cause of the incident is unknown. Emergency crews from several fire agencies helped rescue the worker, who was then hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.

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