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Man seriously injured at Wayland construction site

WCVB Channel 5 7/9/19: Man flown to trauma center after getting hit by construction equipment, officials say. A worker was flown to a Boston hospital Tuesday after getting hit by a piece of construction equipment, according to Wayland Fire Chief Neil McPherson. The incident happened at about 11:45 a.m. at a construction site near the intersection of Route 30 and Rice Road.

Wayland Town Crier 7/9/19: Man seriously injured at Wayland construction site. A tractor trailer driver delivering construction trailers to a Rice Road work site on Tuesday suffered serious injuries when he was hit in a chest by one of the trailers.

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