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Worker rescued after being trapped 40 feet up

Savannah firefighters rescue a CEMA contractor from a cherry picker that was stuck 40 feet in the air. Savannah firefighters rescue a CEMA contractor from a cherry picker that was stuck 40 feet in the air.
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

DP Joyner, a contractor became trapped in a bucket 40 feet in the air at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers River Depot site, according to the Chatham Emergency Management Agency.

The worker was replacing who is working on replacing a Chatham Co. emergency sirens that were damaged by lightening last summer.

The bucket truck had a broken hydraulic line, which caused the contractor to get stuck, according to CEMA. Savannah firefighters rescued the worker who is reported to be doing just fine.

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