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And in another case of deja vu, two workers were injured after problems with their scaffolding.
The workers were part of the construction team building a new CVS pharmacy in Bridgeton. The workers fell 15 feet when their scaffolding became unstable. Both have non-life threatening injuries. Yesterday, four window washers had to be rescued after their scaffolding collapsed. None of the four were seriously hurt.]]>
4 window washers are lucky to be alive after the scaffolding they were standing on collapsed.
It happened around 10:00 this morning at a building in the 1,000 block of Bellevue Avenue in Richmond Heights. 3 of the workers were pulled to safety through a nearby window and the fourth was rescued off a ladder. One of the workers suffered a non-life threatening injury and was taken to the hospital.]]>
Drivers in downtown St. Louis could encounter problems at the intersection of Washington and Jefferson.
MSD says a 150-year-old section of sewer pipe collapsed. The pipe was 20 feet underground, but opened up a hole in the road. A spokesperson with MSD tells KTRS, drivers should expect two lanes of Westbound Washington to remain closed for at least a few days, but there is no estimate on when work will be completed.
A day after a Normandy High School student died following an incident at the school, police are still trying to piece together what happened.
KMOV TV reports police say the 15-year-old student collapsed after another student, 14, reportedly struck him in the chest.
Officers say the interaction was believed to be friendly, and the students were simply horsing around. After the student collapsed, he was taken to St. Louis Children’s Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
The incident was believed to have happened shortly before 1 p.m. Thursday. It is unknown if the student suffered from a preexisting medical condition that may have led to the collapse. Police are currently collecting statements from other student witnesses.
If your commute takes you near Hanley and Manchester Roads, you might want to try another way to get to your destination.
MSD crews are making emergency repairs to a major underground storm water sewer pipe that might have completely collapsed.
MSD says the 42-inch corrugated metal storm water sewer pipe runs under all lanes of Hanley Road. MSD says they first found out about it Tuesday when they got a report of a sinking roadway.
Each of Hanley's outside lanes are closed to traffic south of Manchester. Some 40,000 motorists travel on Hanley every day.