SHAFTSBURY -- An employee of Dailey Precast was severely injured Friday morning when he fell from a height of about 20 feet.

The Bennington Rescue Squad responded to the 295 Airport Road location where the incident took place just before 10 a.m.

Dailey employee Tim Cole was airlifted to Albany Medical Center in critical condition, but did not lose consciousness, according to Vermont State Police Sgt. Thomas McCoy.

Cole said he didn't recall what had happened prior to the fall, according to Erin Ingebretsen, interim operations officer for the Bennington Rescue Squad.

On Friday evening Cole was still being treated in the emergency room, according to staff at Albany Medical Center.

Fellow employee Tara Cullinan, who works in the purchasing and material control department, said she spoke for both the Cole family and the Dailey Precast company and that neither would comment on the incident.

"There is no information that they want to share," said Cullinan, who previously stated there had been no updates on Cole's condition.

State Police said they were not investigating the incident. "There were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the fall," said McCoy.

The William E. Dailey Precast plant in Shaftsbury is operated by Peckham Industries Inc., based out of White Plains, N.Y. Dailey Precast General Manager Eric Schaffrick could not be reached for comment.

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