The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Jordan Ross
Posted: 09/20/2018 3:00 PM
The STARS air ambulance touched down in Niverville Thursday morning and transported to hospital a construction worker who suffered a fall from an unspecified height.
The labourer, a male in his 40s, was working on Niverville’s new high school when the incident occurred, said Niverville fire captain Spencer Hunt.
He sustained unknown injuries and was placed on a backboard as a precaution, but was conscious and talking to first responders, Hunt said.
Hunt could not confirm if the man was wearing a safety harness when the fall occurred.
Firefighters created a landing area in a small field between the construction site and a nearby dog park for the helicopter, which departed the scene at 11:40 a.m.
Steinbach’s three candidates for the mayor’s chair and 10 challengers for council seats responded to another question from The Carillon this time on the subject of land acquisitions.
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The Mennonite Heritage Village has found its replacement for departing executive director Barry Dyck, who has served in the role since Feb. 2009.
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