New York Construction Worker Injured in Fall From World Trade Center Scaffolding.

A World Trade Center construction site worker was taken to the Bellevue Hospital in New York last Monday after falling approximately 10 feet off of scaffolding.

The unidentified man was working on the new Vehicle Security Center at around 11:00 a.m. when he lost his footing on an unsecured piece of plywood. The man feel roughly 10 feet, with the unsecured plywood landing on top of him, said a spokesman for the Port Authority.

One construction worker’s report from the job site indicates that the man suffered head trauma and was bleeding from his head before being taken to the hospital for emergency room treatment. According to a supervisor for the construction site project, the man is doing just fine and is going to fully recover.

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