• May 12, 2017

Two Injured in Houston, TX, Crane Accident on Post Oak

Houston, TX -- April 23, 2017, two workers were injured as the result of an accident in which a crane on Post Oak Boulevard collapsed.

Houston emergency departments were called out to the accident scene at around 3:15 a.m. Reports say that the incident occurred at a work site located just off the intersection of Post Oak Boulevard and Westheimer Road.

A work crew was operating a crane to assist with the removal of a large sign over Post Oak. The crane held a cage in which two workers were standing. For reasons unclear, the crane lost balance and tipped over, dumping the two workers onto the ground.

As a result of the accident, at least one of the workers had to be transported to a nearby hospital. Neither person's injuries appeared life-threatening.

Investigations into the cause of the accident continue.

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