Worker rescued from roof at Disneyland
ANAHEIM (KABC) -- The Anaheim Fire Department responded to Tomorrowland in Disneyland at 7:21 a.m. after reports that a worker fell from a ladder onto a roof.
Officials said the worker fell while working on the roof of a gift shop near the Space Mountain ride.
Rescuers were able to get the worker off the roof using a crane, and he was taken to a local hospital as a precaution.
"A roofing consultant lost his balance and fell approximately 5 feet resulting in a minor shoulder injury. He was transported to western medical center for evaluation," said Disneyland spokeswoman Betsy Sanchez in a statement.
Authorities said worker is in his 70s and suffered minor injures.
The park was not open at the time of the accident.
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