MA Workers Burned in Explosion

11/25/2011
Fire officials said two electrical workers employed by a Billerica (MA) subcontractor were seriously injured Wednesday morning in an explosion at a construction site, according to a report in the Lowell Sun (http://bit.ly/uI27yu). Andover Deputy Fire Chief James Dolan said firefighters received a call at 10:09 a.m. from Mayo Clinic Medical Laboratories at 169 Dascomb Road. He added that two electricians were reportedly working on a high-voltage panel at the time of the explosion. One electrician, who suffered first- and second-degree burns to his face, was transported to an area hospital. The other, who Dolan said suffered more severe burns to his face, neck and arms, was initially tran...

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