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OSHA investigating UPS worker pinned by trailer in Bedford Park

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating after a worker was pinned by a trailer early Tuesday at a UPS facility in southwest suburban Bedford Park.

Paramedics responded at 1:47 a.m. where the worker was pinned by the trailer at the facility in the 6700 block of West 73rd Street, according to Bedford Park Fire Department Chief Sean Maloy.

The worker was extricated and airlifted to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Maloy said. Additional information, including his condition, was not immediately available.

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