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Electrician injured in Omaha fire

Posted on December 14, 2016 3:21 pm under Workplace Injury

A blaze seriously injured a Wisconsin man at a commercial building in Omaha Tuesday morning.

The fire was first reported at approximately 4:45 a.m at the Sprint Communications building. According to reports, the victim was working in the company electrical room when the fire broke out.

The man was identified as 59-year-old Steven Nitz of Oshkosh. He was shocked and sustained burn injuries on many parts of his body. His current condition is yet to be released.

No other injuries have been reported.

Meanwhile, local investigators were called onto the scene to determine the cause of fire.

The fire halted voice and data services on both landline and cellular phones which affected the consumers living in the area. But, the service was restored the same day.

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