"Luis Mayancela was 15 years old when he fell from the roof of a house in Portland, Maine, where he was helping fasten shingles. He tumbled two stories, severely breaking his leg.
"His employer did not call an ambulance. Instead, a co-worker drove the Brockton High School freshman 75 miles in an old work van, across state lines, to a hospital in Massachusetts. As they crawled through rush-hour traffic, Mayancela had no idea his boss would try to dodge responsibility for the accident."
Find out what happened next to Mayancela and more about how his situation is far from an isolated case in Massachusetts. Diego Low, director of the Metrowest Worker Center, is quoted in the article.
Read the full article on the Boston Globe website.