Early this morning, I saw this tweet pass through my timeline:
DEVELOPING: #Chicago FD has responded to Wrigley Field for what was described as construction accident. One ambulance. #Chicago— Steve Grzanich (@SteveGrzanich) March 25, 2016
Didn't see any further details on Twitter, but via CBS Chicago, here's what happened:
A construction worker was injured at Wrigley Field on Friday, when pipes fell on her as she was working in the basement. According to the Chicago Fire Department, the woman suffered injuries to her face, neck, and back when the pipes fell on her around 9:40 a.m. The woman, who is in her mid 30s, was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center.
It doesn't sound too serious. Hopefully, she will make a full recovery and return to work on the project soon. It also doesn't seem like anything that would interfere with the progress of the construction project in any way.
Still, thought you'd all like to know.