Friday, October 3, 2003

Copter takes man to hospital after fall

The Cincinnati Enquirer

COVINGTON - A man was taken by helicopter Wednesday to University Hospital after falling from scaffolding while replacing gutters on a Covington apartment building.

The man, whom Covington police would not identity because of the federal health care privacy law, was working at a building at James and Eastern avenues.

Emergency workers responded shortly before 1 p.m. AirCare landed in Meinken Field and took the man to the hospital.

His condition was not available.

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