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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Two construction workers were killed Wednesday after they fell about seven stories from a scaffolding while working at a hotel in Orange County near Bonnet Creek, Orange County Fire Rescue said.

According to officials, there were four workers on the scaffolding when it collapsed at the site on Chelonia Parkway near Disney. Two workers fell, another held on and the other worker was able to climb to safety.

The article goes on to state the following:

Officials said the workers were getting ready to pour concrete when the incident happened.

Of the two surviving workers, one suffered minor injuries, but refused treatment, and the other was not injured.

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