The Maple Ridge fire department responded to the incident. (THE NEWS/files)

Serious workplace injury in Maple Ridge business park

WorkSafe BC called to scene

Paramedics were called to Maple Meadows Business Park Thursday morning to respond to a serious workplace accident on 113B Avenue.

According to reports, there was a traumatic injury at the location near 201st Street at about 8 a.m.

WorkSafe BC was called to the scene.

Maple Ridge Fire and Rescue also responded, but couldn’t provide details as to the nature of the injury.

BC Emergency Health Services said two ambulances responded and that one patient was taken to hospital in critical condition after an incident involving equipment.

WorkSafeBC spokesperson Ivy Yuen, said WorkSafeBC is conducting an investigation to identify the cause of the incident.

It won’t discuss further while the investigation is underway.


 

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