There has been a workplace accident in Chicago on Monday (February 23, 2015) in which a man had his arm severed by machinery as he worked at the Canton Noodle Company.
Details on this work accident are somewhat limited at this time. However, according to the Chicago Police Department, the accident happened as the man got his arm caught in an industrial mixer at approximately 11:20 a.m. as he was attempting to make dough.
The man was taken to John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County for treatment of accident injuries. He was reported to be in critical condition.
Additional details regarding this Illinois workplace accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Chicago Tribune article of February 24, 2015 titled “Man loses arm in work accident in Bridgeport” as well as the February 24 dnainfo.com article titled “Man’s Arm Severed in Work Accident in Bridgeport Monday, Police Say.”
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