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Fargo man injured in construction accident

A Fargo man was injured in a house construction accident in Casselton, N.D., Monday morning, the Cass County Sheriff's Department said. Scott W. Stenzel, 22, 3325 17th Ave. S.W., was cutting a band holding some roof trusses, the sheriff's...

A Fargo man was injured in a house construction accident in Casselton, N.D., Monday morning, the Cass County Sheriff's Department said.

Scott W. Stenzel, 22, 3325 17th Ave. S.W., was cutting a band holding some roof trusses, the sheriff's office said. The trusses apparently fell, hitting him on the head. Stenzel fell 10 feet onto a cement floor, suffering head injuries.

Stenzel was taken to Innovis Hospital, where no condition report was available.

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