A worker was struck by a limb and injured November 21, 2022, while working at a home in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. A tree care company was removing several trees using an aerial lift. An employee working on the ground was struck in the head by a log cut by the bucket operator. The victim was unconscious briefly at the scene and was transported to the hospital in a company truck. The injured worker was wearing a helmet and is expected to make a full recovery, according to a report made directly to TCIA staff.
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