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Crane Accidents & Human Error
Crane Accidents & Human Error

On April 29, 2019, a construction crane fell from a building of a Google Campus in Seattle, killing two ironworkers who had served in the Marines, a former city employee, and a freshman college student. Six vehicles were crushed on Mercer Street. Authorities are currently ...

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