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Worker who fell from I-90 bridge to be released from hospital

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Construction worker fell 40 feet from Dresbach bridge on Nov. 6 Construction worker fell 40 feet from Dresbach bridge on Nov. 6

DRESBACH, Minn. (KTTC) -- A construction worker who fell 40 feet from the Interstate 90 bridge at Dresbach is expected to be released from the hospital on Monday.

A CaringBridge page update said Logan Goodell, 19, will go home after more than 3-weeks of recovery from life-threatening injuries.

Goodell, who is from Wheeler, Wis., was scheduled to be released from Gunderson Lutheran Health System in La Crosse on Wednesday. But the release got moved up to Monday because of Goodell's fast recovery.   

Goodell fell from the I-90 bridge at Dresbach on Nov. 6 while installing concrete forms.

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