Construction Worker Seriously Hurt In 15-Foot Fall At Steven Tyler’s House

LOS ANGELES ( — The Los Angeles Fire Department Thursday rescued a worker who fell from scaffolding at a home owned by Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler.

The man, who fell roughly 15 feet, was seriously injured, according to Brian Humphrey of the LAFD.

The victim is believed to be about 30.

A helicopter was was used to rescue the victim from a hillside construction area in the 8300 block of Grand View Drive.

Neighbors told TMZ that construction has been going on at the Tyler home for several months.

Tyler was not home at the time of the accident. He’s traveling overseas, according to the site.

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    […] CBS News reports that the unidentified man, who was doing work on a house Tyler owns in the Mount Olympus area of Los Angeles, fell “roughly 15 feet” from some scaffolding; according to fire department spokesman Brian Humphrey, the tumble resulted in serious injuries, with the worker quickly airlifted away from the site and taken to a local hospital. […]

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