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Emergency crews help crane operator suffering from medical distress at construction site

Ottawa Fire Services received a call from paramedics requesting a rope rescue team after it was reported that a crane operator, who was 100 feet in the air at the site on Central Park Drive just off Merivale Road, was in distress. 
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Ottawa emergency crews helped a crane operator who was suffering from a medical emergency while on the job at a construction site in the city's west end on Dec. 9.

Ottawa emergency crews helped a crane operator who was suffering a medical emergency at a job site in Ottawa's west end on Dec. 9. 

Ottawa Fire Services (OFS) received a call from paramedics requesting a rope rescue team after it was reported that a crane operator, who was 100 feet in the air at the site on Central Park Drive just off Merivale Road, was in distress. 

Crews were able to get the individual, a 35 year-old woman, on the ground safely and she was taken to hospital. 

 

 

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