Scaffolding collapse at Redmond construction site causes injuries, detourson November 30, 2012 @ 12:48 pm (Updated: 4:47 pm - 11/30/12 )
The 30 foot high scaffolding collapsed around 12:30 p.m., as a construction crew worked on the beginnings of an apartment complex near 164th and Cleveland.
Four people were treated for minor injuries caused by the collapse.
"They were all injured workers," says Spokesman Jim Bove with the Redmond Police Department. It's unclear whether they were on the scaffolding or beside it when it happened."
The collapse forced the closure of several streets including 164th Ave NE between Redmond Way and NE 76th and Cleveland Street between Redmond Way and 165th Avenue NE.
The detour lasted a couple of hours.
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