Carrington To Be Airlifted For Further Medical Treatment

Clairmont shows burns to his back

Clairmont Carrington, the construction worker who was electrocuted on Thursday could be flown out today for medical treatment abroad.

A family member told ANR that their 53-year-old relative could be flown to Atlanta in the United States as early as this afternoon.

APUA said it received a report  that a man, who was carrying conductive material atop a scaffold on the construction site, came into contact with the high tension wire transmitting 11KV of electricity.

Because of this electrical shock Clairmont suffered burns to more than 60 per cent of this body. His condition remains serious.

The family says they will do all in their power to get him the life saving medical treatment that he needs.

Clairmont Carrington

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    • That’s all you can offer? Not even a little thanks and praise that he’s alive? It’s OK. I will send thanks and praise on your behalf.

      • I can see he is alive, lying on his burn skin in a bed. Send him some money towards his treatment if you care so much.

  1. Heartfelt prayers go up for this gentleman. May God grant you miraculous relief in this time of distress.

  2. Thank God he is alive because it could have been worst. I wish him a speedy recovery although I do not know him.

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