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Pedestrian in Tribeca Hit by Falling Scaffolding

Pedestrian in Tribeca Hit by Falling Scaffolding

In Tribeca in Manhattan, a pedestrian was hit by a piece of falling debris. This incident happened on Friday afternoon.

According to authorities, a piece of scaffolding fell off of an office high-rise. The building was located at 101 Barclay Street, and the accident happened at around 2:15 in the afternoon. A pedestrian on the sidewalk was hit by the falling debris.

The victim suffered injuries that were not life-threatening, and they were taken to Bellevue Hospital to be treated for their injuries.

The Department of Buildings sent investigators to the scene.

The building is owned by Bank of New York Mellon.

A spokesperson said they are looking into the issue and what happened.

It is unclear who the victim was or what caused the incident. If more information is released, we will keep you posted.

Have you been injured by falling debris? If you were walking on the sidewalk and hit by falling debris, you might have a valid personal injury claim. If the accident was caused by negligence or lack of safety precautions being taken by a company or building owner, they could be responsible to pay for our injuries and other damages. For help with a falling object claim in New York, contact experienced personal injury lawyers at Frekhtman & Associates by calling (212) 222-1111.

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