MISSOULA, MT — A janitor in the Sheridan School District is recovering from a 25-foot fall from a ladder last week, according to The Montana Standard.
A spokesperson from St. Patrick Hospital confirmed that the janitor is in good condition, the article stated.
According to the article, the janitor was injured when the ladder he had placed against a flag pole slipped, causing the man to fall 25-feet to the ground.
After being taken to a local hospital by ambulance, he was taken by helicopter to St. Patrick Hospital, the article noted.
Superintendent Kim Harding has expressed that the incident is under investigation by the school board and would not comment further, the article added.
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