Dayton, Ohio — There was an accident reported today (Wednesday, September 9, 2015) in Dayton just off the Miami River that left a construction worker injured. Not much about what happened is clear yet, but the authorities have confirmed that crane operator Steve McKibbin was injured and rushed to a hospital after the crane he was working with accidentally tipped over.
This happened at about 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning, at the location of River Corridor Drive and Monument Avenue.
Police said that Steve McKibbin was working a crane that morning and was on a project for a parking garage when something went wrong and his crane became top-heavy, falling over.
McKibbin was injured and taken to a hospital, where he was said to be moderately hurt. The injuries weren’t life-threatening.
Right now, the cause of the accident is still unknown.
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