Six construction workers in Houston sustained multiple but non life-threatening injuries after a massive scaffolding collapse outside of a building under construction on Friday, Oct. 16.
Large piles of metal were seen lying on the ground next to a seven-story building. Senior Capt. Ruy Lozano of the Houston Fire Department told reporters that no passersby or first responders were hurt during the incident. Lozano also indicated that there were no reports of any missing workers.
Lozano noted that they have no worries that the entire building would fall down; what they are afraid of is more scaffolding collapsing.
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Fort Worth police in Texas reported a two-car collision that caused one of the vehicles to veer off the roadway and crash into a house on the 5500 block of Anderson Street the morning of August 30th, resulting in the hospitalization of two individuals.
Luckily, no one was home at the time of the accident. However, the two male occupants in the vehicle that collided with the residence had to be transported to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth; one of them is in critical condition.
The three females in the other car were not harmed in the crash.
Police are still investigating the cause of the cause of the incident.
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