McMillan: 'Sympathy and support' to family of burn victim
By The Staff - Los Alamos Monitor
Monday, May 4, 2015 at 4:08 pm
Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan said he and the rest of LANL are hoping for a full recovery for the employee severely burned in Sunday's accident at the LANSCE site.
"We are deeply concerned about the serious medical condition of the worker who was injured in an electrical accident this Sunday," McMillan said in a news release from LANL. "Nothing is more important at this time than his well-being. On behalf of the entire workforce at Los Alamos, I would like to express our hope for a full recovery and our sympathy to his family at this very difficult and trying time."
LANL announced Monday afternoon the accident at TA-53 is currently under investigation. LANL said it would likely have a joint investigation board along with the Department of Energy going within three days.
On Sunday, nine workers were injured in the electrical accident. Of those, seven were taking to Los Alamos Medical Center for treatment and released.
One with serious injuries was transported to UNM Hospital in Albuquerque and is in critical but stable condition. The other, a 57-year-old male who has not been named, is in stable condition at Los Alamos Medical Center.
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