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Worker Injured in Construction Accident on 11th Street


Man Falls 40 Feet From Crane in San Francisco Accident

San Francisco, CA (November 9, 2019) – A construction worker was injured in a crane accident in San Francisco. The accident occurred on the afternoon of November 9 on 11th Street.

The man was working on a construction site on 11th Street, near Market Street. He was on a platform at the top of a crane when a pin became dislodged. The man fell 40 feet to the ground. The worker suffered broken bones. He was taken to a local hospital, where he arrived unconscious and in critical condition.

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