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Employees can also call OHS officers personally if there are questions or concerns about their safety. "Any Alberta worker should be able to go to their job and come home safely at the end of the day, and so I'm heartbroken that this happened," Gray said. RCMP say the two boys assaulted the woman with a weapon inside a building at the ranch east of Edmonton just after 11 p.m. on Saturday, then fled in a stolen truck. RCMP were called at 1:15 a.m., about two hours after the woman was assaulted. The woman, a caregiver at the ranch who is in her early 60s, was seriously injured and taken to hospital in Edmonton by STARS air ambulance. The woman remains in hospital in stable condition, RCMP said on Tuesday. The truck that was reported stolen from the ranch has since been found. Because the investigation is now before the courts, RCMP say they will not be providing any more updates. Occupational Health and Safety were on scene gathering evidence and conducting interviews at the ranch Sunday and Monday. The workplace investigation will focus on staffing ratios, including whether the injured woman was working alone at the time of the attack.

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