ASHWAUBENON - A worker was hurt on the U.S. 41 Project in Ashwaubenon Friday morning, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
It happened around 9:45 a.m. during paving operations near Glory Road.
The worker was transported to the hospital with what is believed to be non-life threatening injuries.
Traffic on U.S. 41 was temporally delayed while the worker was moved from the job site.
Michels Corporation in Brownsville is the primary contractor on this stretch of the U.S. 41 Project.
The work is part of the $57 million project to reconstruct the U.S. 41/Main Ave. interchange and expand U.S. 41 to six lanes of traffic between Orange Ln. and Glory Rd.
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