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A wall collapse at a Lower East Side construction site at a burned out historic synagogue Monday killed one worker and injured another.
First responders rushed to 60 Norfolk St. after getting a call at 9:58 a.m. and found two workers buried under a pile of brick and masonry rubble after a wall they were working on crashed down around them.
The article goes on to state the following:
Stanislaw Supinsky was taken to New York-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital and died a short time later, officials said. The other worker was rushed to Bellevue Hospital and suffered only minor injuries.
“An investigation is ongoing by The Department of Buildings to ensure that the site is now safe,” NBC New York’s Ray Villeda reports.
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