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Worker rescued after 20-foot fall in St. Petersburg

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The 49-year-old employee fell onto an elevated platform and had to be extradited from the platform. The 49-year-old employee fell onto an elevated platform and had to be extradited from the platform.
The 49-year-old employee fell onto an elevated platform and had to be extradited from the platform. The 49-year-old employee fell onto an elevated platform and had to be extradited from the platform.
The 49-year-old employee fell onto an elevated platform and had to be extradited from the platform. The 49-year-old employee fell onto an elevated platform and had to be extradited from the platform.
ST PETERSBURG, FL (WFLA) - Emergency crews rescued a worker who fell 20 feet at the Pinellas County Waste to Energy Plant in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning.

The 49-year-old employee fell onto an elevated platform and had to be extradited from the platform.

A Pinellas Park Firefighters used an aerial ladder on a fire truck to rescue the man.

The rescue operation took 55 minutes.

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The worker was transported to a local hospital. His condition is not known.

St. Petersburg Firefighters also responded to the incident.

The Pinellas County Landfill is at the same location at 3095 114th Ave. N.

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