Spokane Valley, WA — Firefighters from the Spokane area rescued a worker on Monday who slipped and fell about 19 feet while working at a grain elevator, according to a KREM2report.

The man was getting ready to receive a delivery when he fell, Spokane Valley Fire Department spokesperson Julie Happy said in a news release.

Once crews extricated the worker from the grain elevator, he was taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries to his arm and leg that were not considered life-threatening.

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