Architect, 60, Killed in Manhattan Construction Accident
Manhattan, NY – A 60-year-old female architect died after being struck by a chunk of debris that fell 17 stories of the 729 7th Avenue building in Midtown Manhattan. According to the New York City Department of Buildings, the fatal incident could have been avoided if building owners were quick to address falling hazards for pedestrians eight months prior to the tragedy.
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