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Lift accident in Clarendon

CALEB NICKERSON
CLARENDON Aug. 28, 2018
At around 11 a.m. on Aug. 28, emergency crews responded to a work accident in Clarendon.
Jim Newton, owner of Jim’s Tree Srevice, was loading a mobile boom lift onto a truck near 351 Sand Bay Road when it toppled and pinned him underneath.
Shawville-Clarendon Fire Chief Lee Laframboise said that about eight firefighters responded and the Jaws of Life had to be used to free Newton from the wreckage.

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