Nutrien potash mine worker seriously injured in workplace

Worker is being treated in hospital

Nutrien potash mine worker seriously injured in workplace

One worker was seriously injured at a Nutrien potash mine in Saskatchewan this week, according to a report.

The incident happened at the company’s Cory facility, located 10 kilometres southwest of the Saskatoon

The injured worker is a 53-year-old underground contractor, according to a report from CTV News.

“Our site mine rescue team acted swiftly and safely relocated the individual to surface,” said Nutrien – the world’s largest potash, crop inputs, services and solutions – in the CTV News report.

The company did not provide specific details about the circumstances and event that led to the workplace injury, according to the report.

The injured mining worker was transported to hospital by Medavie Health Services West.

He is currently being treated, according to Nutrien.

No further details are available as of writing of this article.