CATOOSA, Okla. - A man is reported in good condition after he fell 20 feet from a ladder while doing routine maintenance at a Port of Catoosa grain silo.
Officials on scene told 2NEWS reporter Max Resnik it took Tulsa firefighters 20 minutes to strap him to a board and lift him to the surface from the concrete surface below where he fell.
The man was transported by helicopter to a local hospital in good condition with no visible injuries.
A firefighter told 2NEWS the worker was responsive and only complained of back pain.
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