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Bryan Employee Remains in Critical Condition

A city of Bryan employee remains in critical condition after the cherry picker he was working in was hit by an 18-wheeler Monday.

City officials say Alex Constancio, 50, is being treated at St. Jospeh Regional Health Center in Bryan.

He has worked for the city for 18 years, and is listed as a transportation supervisor.

Constancio was reportedly working on a traffic signal at Highway 21 near 2818.

Police say a van stopped suddenly at the intersection, and an 18-wheeler that was behind it, swerved and hit the cherry picker.

Constancio was tossed from the bucket.


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