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HS2 worker temporarily blinded by laser at construction site
An HS2 worker has been temporarily blinded in both eyes by a green laser shone at him on a construction site.
Police are investigating after a man in his 50s was targeted at around 2.15pm in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, on Wednesday.
He was standing by the side of a lorry at an HS2 building site when he noticed a green light source apparently being directed at him.
Police said he then turn towards the light, exposing both his eyes to the beam.
A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said: The laser then went into both of his eyes, causing his vision to be impaired and prevent him from working.
His eyesight remained impaired and blurred for 15 minutes and he has since suffered pain in his eyes.
The victim has now received hospital treatment for his injuries.
Two other workers also noticed the laser being shone at them, however, they did not experience any blurred vision.
The police spokesman added: This incident was a dangerous act, which resulted in a man aged in his fifties sustaining blurred vision and also pain in his eyes.
We would ask that anyone in the area at this time who may have information on this to come forward and make a report to police, by calling 101.
The HS2 high speed railway project will link London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds once it’s complete.
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