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Idaho Man Injured When 5,000 lbs of Mirrors Fall on Him

Benito Baeza

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Boise police say a man was critically injured after a large pallet of mirrors fell on him at a warehouse. The man’s name has not been released but he was described as a worker at the building who is in his mid-50s. Police say they responded to U.S. Mirror and Glass Wednesday afternoon to find the man crushed under a pallet that weighed about 5,000 pounds. The man wasn’t breathing when they arrived, but emergency workers performed CPR and the man was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Police are still investigating but say it appears to have been an accident.

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