Rescuers save 2 from cellphone tower

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Two workers hanging more than 100 feet above the ground were rescued after a harnesses failed while they were fixing a cellphone tower in Plymouth, WCCO reports.

Authorities say the two men called for help about 6 p.m. Thursday. Rescuers were able to lower them to safety after about two hours.

They were taken to a medical center for observation for treatment of "hypothermic conditions and circulation issues," KSTP reported.

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