CONCORD (CBS) – A tree worker has been hurt while cleaning up debris from the tornado that hit Concord Monday morning.

The worker was doing private work for a homeowner on Lexington Road, one of the hardest hit areas. He suffered lacerations to his face when parts of a tree shot out of a wood chipper.

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“He was struck in the head to the best of my knowledge. He was transported to Lahey Clinic,” said Assistant Chief Thomas Judge of the Concord Fire Department.

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The worker was part of a significant number of crews doing incredibly risky work in an effort to clean up the aftermath of the tornado.

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The worker’s injuries are said to be minor.