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(KSL News) -- A construction worker fell through some scaffolding today while working at the site of a future hospital.
The 22- year- old man was contracted to help construct the new Intermountain Medical Center in Murray near 5300 South State Street.
No one saw the fall, but a co-worker discovered the man lying at the bottom of some scaffolding. Authorities say the man had difficulty breathing, so he was flown to the hospital.
No word yet on his condition.