A crane was used to help rescue a 65-year-old man from near the top of a tower or mast structure on Moorestown's "cruiser in the cornfield" Wednesday afternoon.
The man, a contractor for Honeywell whose name was not provided by authorities, was working on an outdoor platform when he began to experience a medical issue. Initial reports said he had a seizure.
Officially called the Vice Adm. James H. Doyle Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, the building is owned by the Navy, with naval personnel working alongside Lockheed Martin employees. Its forward deckhouse rises 122 feet into the air, according to a Lockheed Martin website.