Construction worker critically hurt in fall down shaft at Fordham University
Posted on Jul 27, 2012
New York, N.Y. – A Queens construction worker survived a 75-foot fall at Fordham University on Monday morning. Anastassios Intzeyiannis fractured his spine, leg, and a few ribs in the fall. Sources say his harness wasn’t secured properly. After having surgery at St Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, he is in critical but stable condition.
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