Crane collapse in Fort Lauderdale causes explosion, at least 1 injury
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – At least one person is injured after a crane fell on a high-voltage electrical line in downtown Fort Lauderdale, fire rescue officials say.
The crane operator, who was jolted off, has been rushed to Broward Health Medical Center as a trauma alert.
Stephen Gollan, battalion chief for Fort Lauderdale fire rescue, said the crane collapsed onto a Florida Power and Light electrical line Wednesday morning at 300 Southwest 2nd Street, causing an explosion on the asphalt and damaging a number of vehicles.
Nobody was injured at a nearby restaurant where people were eating.
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