St. Petersburg: Metrostroy worker rips belly with circular saw
It is not yet known whose fault the accident was.
In St. Petersburg, they find out the circumstances of the emergency at the Metrostroy site, in the Krasnoselsky district of the city, where they are building a new metro station, Yugo-Zapadnaya. There, on May 25, one of the builders suffered an injury to the groin area while working with a circular saw, IAF-Petersburg writes.
It is reported that the 39-year-old builder, a resident of the city of Lomonosovo, was hospitalized in a serious condition, unconscious with a cut wound, to the city hospital No. 15. It is not yet known whose fault the accident was.
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