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Connecticut clerk badly hurt trying to prevent sign theft

Actor David Hasselhoff is most famous for his role on the long-running television show "Baywatch" in which he played a lifeguard who rushed to the rescue of swimmers in distress, but a Connecticut convenience store worker was seriously injured recently while rushing to the rescue of Hasselhoff - or rather, a cardboard cut-out of the actor. According to news reports, the store clerk saw people cutting down and trying to steal a cardboard sign bearing the likeness of the actor and rushed out to stop them. As the pranksters drove off, their car apparently struck the clerk, dragging him and causing him to hit his head, police said.

Worker killed in Connecticut industrial accident

Accidents can happen in any kind of workplace in Connecticut, but some workplaces carry greater risks than others. Those who work in a cubicle in an office may be just as likely to trip and fall as a person who works with heavy machinery, but the accident near the machinery is more likely to lead to serious or fatal injury.

Connecticut worker seriously injured in chainsaw accident

A worker who was cutting trees for the state of Connecticut was seriously injured in a chainsaw accident recently. Police and firefighters responded to the scene of the accident, near Interstate-395 in Waterford, and the highway was closed as a helicopter ambulance arrived to transport the man to a hospital.

Injured firefighters sue workers' compensation management

For some jobs, it's not so much a question of whether a worker is going to be injured as how soon a worker is going to be injured. Firefighting would be near the top of this list. Everyone in Connecticut owes a debt to firefighters who risk their lives to keep the public safe, and no doubt everyone wants to see firefighters get the benefits they need if they are hurt or sickened on the job.

Connecticut worker dies after falling 75 feet from bridge project

A Connecticut worker was killed recently when he fell about 75 feet to the ground from a bridge during a repair project. The man was part of a crew painting the Mount Hope Bridge, near Providence, Rhode Island. The project was scheduled to be completed in September, and workers were removing scaffolding when the accident occurred, officials said.

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