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Construction Worker in Brooklyn Rescued

Construction Worker in Brooklyn Rescued

In February, a rescue crew pulled a man to safety after a collapse happened at a construction site in Brooklyn. This happened in late February. The accident happened on the 4000 block of Rutland Road in the Wingate section at around 12:30 in the afternoon. According to the FDNY, a vacant 100-year-old building that was under deconstruction partially collapsed. The man was trapped under the debris, which buried him up to his waist.

The man was trapped in the rubble under a beam. He was trapped for nearly an hour and a half. Officials say that the man was conscious when he was rescued. The paramedics listed his condition as critical but stable after the incident. His injuries were severe but not life-threatening.

The building was purchased by a neighboring church. The Department of Buildings issued three enforcement actions including violations for work without permit for removal of sections of the building and two other vocations.

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