The collapse occurred at the construction site of a luxury high-rise Jan. 9, injuring seven workers.
A crane collapsed at 46th Avenue and Center Boulevard Wednesday afternoon, officials said.
The crane became disabled as Hurricane Sandy approached the city Monday.
The area around ONE57 has been closed since a crane there partially collapsed during Hurricane Sandy.
The crane has been dangling over West 57th Street since Hurricane Sandy began battering the city Monday.
Gas and water were cut to the area amid fears the crane could fall, FDNY said.
MTA officials said work resumed on the 7 Train extension on Monday afternoon.
Cable section of inspection form crossed out by Department of Buildings employee, a report says.
The crane collapse killed Michael Simmermeyer, 30, and injured several others on Tuesday night.
A crane collapsed at West 34th Street and 11th Avenue on Tuesday evening, fire officials said.
A former Department of Buildings executive testified that James Lomma was being investigated.
Donald Leo Sr. took the witness stand Wednesday to describe what he saw the day his son died.
James Lomma allegedly caused the deaths of crane operator Donald Leo and sewer worker Ramadan Kurtaj.
Crane company boss James Lomma is set to stand trial for manslaughter.
Three people were injured when a Genie Lift that they were working on Jazz at Lincoln Center at the Time Warner Center at tipped over Friday afternoon.
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