SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Four construction workers were injured when after wet concrete fell on them as they worked on a multistory building in San Francisco.
Fire Department spokeswoman Mindy Talmadge said concrete being poured on the roof of the six-story building struck the workers around 8 a.m. Wednesday, covering them in sludge. Two of the workers fell about 30 feet after being hit.READ MORE: Boy, 8, Hailed A Hero After Discovering Baby Sister Unresponsive In Pool
All four men were taken to San Francisco General Hospital, where three of them were listed in serious condition and the fourth in fair condition. Their names were not released.READ MORE: Man Apologizes After Video Shows Street Vendor Attacked
The men worked for Nibbi Brothers General Contractors of San Francisco. A message left with the company was not immediately returned.
State workplace safety investigators and city building inspectors were on the scene in the city’s Dogpatch neighborhood to investigate.MORE NEWS: Folsom Shuts Sutter Street Down To Open Businesses
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