27 year old Injured on Drilling Site in Alberta

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A 27 year old man has been injured on a Alberta drilling site.

The incident happened on Friday after he became pinned between two tanks on a Husky Energy site outside of LaGlace Alberta. Shortly after 3pm the worker stepped between a stationary mud tank and a moving shale tank and was pinned.

He was working for Trinidad Drilling and was taken to hospital, but the extent of his injures are unknown.

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No charges have been laid, but the investigation into the accident will continue on Saturday.

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