One Injured From Falling Bricks on Manhattan Building
Manhattan, NY – One person got injured after a wall of bricks tumbled from a five-story building on East 38th Street Wednesday afternoon. Based on the FDNY report, a man who had been sitting in a now crushed Cadillac, was hurt from the collapsed facade of a vacant garage in the building, while two other nearby cars were hit by falling bricks. The Department of Buildings has ordered the property owner to immediately install a sidewalk shed in front of the building.
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