Tuesday, May 13, 2003

Worker hurt in trailer fire



The Cincinnati Enquirer

WARSAW - An Arkansas man was seriously burned when the mobile home he was staying in caught fire Monday morning, according to the Gallatin County Sheriff's Department.

Gary Coley, 44, was taken by ambulance to the Richwood Flea Market in Boone County where Air Care was waiting to fly him to University Hospital.

He was in critical condition Monday evening. Paramedics estimated Coley had burns over 60 percent of his body.

Coley was living in a trailer parked at a campsite at Ky. 184 and U.S. 42. He had been employed as a construction worker for a Kentucky Utilities facility, said Deputy Josh Neale.

Coley was the only person in the trailer at the time of the fire.

The cause has not been determined.




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