One person was taken to the hospital with “severe injuries” after a fire at Camp Randall
During the Wisconsin Badgers’ stadium redevelopment at Camp Randall, things got ugly when a fire broke out, sending one person to the hospital.
According to a report from the Associated Press, one individual was rushed to the hospital with “severe injuries” after a fire at Camp Randall Stadium.
At Camp Randall, “work was taking place at the site of the south end zone reconstruction,” says a statement from the University of Wisconsin athletics department. A “roofing solvent substance” was involved.
According to the Associated Press, the worker’s name has not been revealed. According to the university’s statement, the person is a subcontractor.
The press release was shared on Twitter by Jake Kocorowski of the Rivals network:
After a fire at Camp Randall, a worker is taken to the hospital
According to the statement, the fire was later put out by “non-emergency people” who were on the site. According to the statement, the wounded worker was treated on the spot before being transferred to the hospital for further treatment of his injuries.
The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.
According to a university news release, the event is currently being examined by authorities, as well as the renovation business and “subcontract partners.” According to the statement, the construction company is assisting the injured worker as well as his family and coworkers.
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