WESTBORO (CBS) — A National Grid worker was rescued after becoming trapped in the bucket of a cherry picker while working on a utility pole.

The Westboro Fire Department said the worker was repairing a utility pole on Route 135 at Route 9 shortly after 9 a.m. Wednesday when the pole rotted through and broke, draping live wires across the boom of the cherry picker.

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They said the worker was brought down after power to the wires was turned off. The worker was not injured.

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“We are happy to report that everyone is fine and no one was injured as a result of the incident this morning,” National Grid said in a statement. “We have opened an internal investigation to determine further details.”

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Westboro Fire said Route 135 was still closed around noon Wednesday as the pole was repaired.