Construction Workers Buried Alive Have Been Rescued


By Alabama News Network





Rescue crews are on the scene of where two construction workers were trapped in a hole off Wadsen Drive in Montgomery county near Hope Hull.

According to the Mongomery County Sheriff's Office, one of the workers has been rescued from the hole but the other is still trapped.  Crews were seen carrying plywood, heavy duty saws and other tools to help free the men.  

Meanwhile, medics were nearby getting helicopters ready if the men need to be air evacuated to a local hospital.  

Reporter Jessica Gertler is on the scene, she's reporting that deputies are adding a tarp over the hole to try and keep rain water out.

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Punk said on Wednesday, Apr 24 at 1:45 PM

Praying for a save recovery

Danny said on Wednesday, Apr 24 at 1:59 PM

Hope all concern will be ok.

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