Up in the air: Construction falls are all too common – and all too deadly

|  April 14, 2014 |

The accident: A construction crew was removing screws from metal sheets on the roof of a building scheduled to be dismantled. A portion of the roof gave way, causing a worker standing on that section to fall through to ground level and hit his head on the concrete floor.

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