Airplane hangar collapse injures 2 construction workers in New Jersey

Two construction workers were injured in a scary incident in New Jersey Friday morning when the airplane hangar they were helping build collapsed.

The workers were part of a crew building a hangar at the Morristown Municipal Airport, according to a report from NBC New York. One of the workers was atop the structure when it collapsed and was taken to the hospital with a serious leg injury.

The other man suffered only a bruised arm.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration are investigating the incident, but it is still unclear what caused the collapse.