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MARSHALL CONTRACTORS ISSUES STATEMENT REGARDING: INCIDENT REPORTED AT A HUDSON, MASS., CONSTRUCTION SITE

 RUMFORD, R.I., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement issued by Marshall Contractors, Inc. regarding an incident reported at a Hudson, Mass., construction site:
 Early this morning while construction employees were pouring concrete into a form at a Marshall Construction site in Hudson, Mass., a small section of the form gave way injuring 16 S&F concrete workers. Most of the injuries were minor, however, there were some serious injuries. All affected workers were taken to local hospitals for treatment from the construction site, which is a future Digital Equipment Corporation semiconductor facility. Marshall Contractors' Vice President Jim Busam said, "We have been in touch with all of the hospitals involved and we have been told that most of the injuries include minor cuts and abrasions and broken bones. We are cooperating fully with OSHA and other state and federal agencies in investigating this incident."
 For more information, contact Jim Busam at Marshall Contractors, Inc. 75 Newman Ave., Rumford, RI 02916, or call 401-438-3500.
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 /CONTACT: David L. Hughes of Fern/Hanaway Inc., 401-732-6610 for Marshall Contractors, Inc./


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