Saturday, June 29th 2013– Tyler Luchey, 18, was identified in reports as the teenager who was critically injured in a construction accident in Sharpsville, PA on Saturday. According to accident reports, he sustained a broken ankle and heels, his spine and neck have fractures, he has burns on 60% of his body and he is currently in a medically induced coma at the University of Pennslyvania Medical Center Mercy hospital in Pittsburgh.
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Luchey was working on the roof of a house when he allegedly made contact with a high tension wire somehow, was electrocuted, then fell off the roof. Since the accident, he has been periodically awoken, and gave indications of making a recovery. Luchey also underwent brain surgery to stem cephalic or intercranial bleeding.
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