Eight workers were seriously injured in a construction accident while working on a decrepit Brooklyn building Wednesday afternoon, officials and witnesses said.
The men fell from the third floor to the first floor of 1916 Prospect Place about 1 p.m., Fire Department officials said.
Some of the injured were taken to Kings County Hospital, a department spokesman said. None of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening.
One neighbor said he warned the men that the structure was unsound on their way in.
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Building collapse injures 8 workers
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:33 AM
Labels: accident, Brooklyn, building collapse, construction, FDNY, injury
Go into kings county hospital with non life threatening injuries.....come out dead! Watch the prisoners in the bed next to you!
safety and lives must be sacrificed for the real estate market and gentrification to thrive.
may the people who overpay for that house enjoy the spoils.
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