Brooklyn, NY (February 22, 2023) – Late on Wednesday morning, February 22nd, emergency responders were called to the scene where a construction worker fell three flights into oil. The incident happened around 11:26 a.m. in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
According to reports, a construction worker was performing duties when he fell from a height of approximately three stories. The worker landed in “rub oil” in the vicinity of 119 Grand Street. First responders, including police and paramedics, worked at the scene where FDNY units administered aid to the patient.
Authorities have not expanded on the seriousness of the victims’ injuries at this time. Any further details concerning the condition of the victim or the cause of the incident will be provided when it becomes available.
Authorities are investigating the events that led to the fall.
Our thoughts are with the victim and their loved ones at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
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