A construction worker was injured after a building partially collapsed in Queens Thursday morning, according to the FDNY.
The man was sent to Mount Sinai Hospital with minor injuries, officials said.
The roofing gave way in the two-story building under construction at 25-26 Broadway between Crescent and 29th streets just after 10 a.m.
It was not immediately clear what caused the collapse and the Department of Buildings said it was still investigating the incident.
More than half of the existing building is being demolished to build a new, 6-story apartment building at the site, DOB records show.
Friday, October 30, 2015
Building collapses in Astoria
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:18 AM
Labels: Astoria, building collapse, Department of Buildings, FDNY
Fake OSHA card I'll bet.
Friends of Vallones?
probably both that is for sure
Vallone's legacy to Astoria will become northeast Queens' future with Don Paulo Valllone.
Look out voters. Dump Little Laulie before he can ruin our nice district and turn it into Astoria.
Your home investments are at stake.
Paulo is the dumbest of the Vallone siblings...the Fredo of the Corleone family.
Good place for a dog run. Notice no dog runs where the population is most dense.
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