A worker at a marina on the Dania Cutt-off Canal had to be lowered in a rescue stretcher from the upper deck of a 100-foot yacht by firefighters after he was injured on the job, according to a story in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Read the story and see photos here.
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