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Building Collapse Injures Worker On Broadway


Oct. 29, 2015 By Jackie Strawbridge

A worker was injured when a building under construction collapsed on Broadway Thursday morning.

The building is located at 25-26 Broadway, across the street from the Strand Smokehouse. The collapse occurred at 10 a.m. as a result of cement pouring, according to FDNY officials on site.

One worker sustained minor injuries.

According to City documents, the building under construction will be a six-story, 10-unit residence with retail.

The Department of Buildings will investigate the collapse, the FDNY said.

Developers could not immediately be reached for comment.

Reach reporter Jackie Strawbridge at [email protected]

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