MA: Uxbridge hunter injured in 25-foot fall from tree
November 21, 2013
UXBRIDGE — The Massachusetts Environmental Police are
investigating a hunting accident Nov. 14 in which a local man fell
about 25 feet from a tree and suffered serious injuries, according
to state officials.
James Heywood of Uxbridge fell about
5:30 p.m. Nov. 14 in the woods off Garden Street. He was flown by a
Life Flight medical helicopter to UMass Memorial Medical Center —
University Campus in Worcester. A hospital spokesman said Mr.
Heywood is in fair condition.
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