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Williamsburg »

Worker Hurt in Accident at Future Williamsburg Whole Foods Site

The unidentified man was injured at the commercial building site during concrete placing operations.

Long Island City »

Third Worker Hurt in Fall at Northern Blvd Site

The worker fell 12 feet at the site, which has seen two other falls in the past year.

Brownsville »

Construction Workers Injured in Brownsville Building Collapse

A three-story home under construction on Prospect Place crumbled, hurting eight men, fire officials said.

Greenwich Village »

Family Mourns Man Who Died in Scaffolding Fall at NYU Building

 Jaime Sillart, 56, died Friday after falling 70 feet from scaffolding on an NYU building.

Greenwich Village »

Construction Worker Dies in Fall From NYU Building

The D.P. Consulting & Construction Corp. employee was working on the facade of 19 University Place.

Midtown »

Second Crane Accident Left 7-Ton Block Dangling Over 57th Street

James Lomma, who was cleared in a fatal 2008 East Side crane collapse, owned the rig, officials said.

Sheepshead Bay »

Brooklyn Construction Worker Buried Up to His Chest in Collapsed Trench

A construction worker in Sheepshead Bay was buried up to his chest in a trench, fire officials said.

Melrose »

Worker Hurt by Falling Debris at Bronx Building

A construction worker was hurt at 678 Union Ave. in Melrose.

Financial District »

Worker Injured After Fall From Elevated Platform At 4 WTC, FDNY Says

The man fell from an elevated platform at the World Trade Center construction site, FDNY said.

Hamilton Heights »

Worker Hurt After Falling Into Hole at Harlem Construction Site

The man was injured Friday morning after tumbling down a 15-foot hole in Harlem, the FDNY said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Construction Worker Injured Near Javits Center, FDNY Says

A worker was injured after falling in a construction site near the Javits Center, FDNY said.

Upper East Side »

MTA Announces New Safety Measures as Subway Worker Trapped in Mud Recovers

The MTA will require orange cones and safety harnesses at hazardous areas.

Upper East Side »

Second Avenue Subway Accident Leaves Worker Stuck in Mud for Four Hours

Joseph Barone was trapped 75 feet underground for more than four hours before being freed.

Gowanus »

Gowanus Whole Foods Construction Halted After Three Workers Fell

Three men fell about 25 or 30 feet from a steel frame at the site, on Third Avenue and Third Street.

Greenwich Village »

Construction Error Flooded NYU Dorm With Concrete, $1M Lawsuit Says

The owner of Coral Towers says a construction mishap caused structural damage.