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MINNEAPOLIS | Garden Communities Tower | 188 Ft | 17 Floors

17-Story apartment & retail building at 240 Park S.

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Looking like a sand pit.



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6/12. Crane base is in.

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Big pad footing pour today. I guess this makes this project U/C now?

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Crane day.



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http://www.startribune.com/worker-tr...ite/513334412/

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Trapped worker rescued at downtown Minneapolis construction site

The victim who worked for Kraus-Anderson expected to be OK after being pulled from a trench

A construction worker was rescued Monday after spending three hours trapped in a trench at a downtown Minneapolis construction site.

The worker, an employee of Kraus-Anderson, was talking, alert and in stable condition when he was lifted out in a stretcher-basket around 11 a.m. and placed into an ambulance and taken to HCMC for treatment, said Minneapolis Fire Department Deputy Chief Todd White.

"It was a long meticulous rescue to dig him out," White said.


A wall at the below-ground site where a 17-story, 204-unit mixed-use building is being built at the corner of Washington and Park avenues gave way just after 8 a.m. The worker, who was alone in the area, was trapped in sand up to his knees. One of his legs was caught in the shoring that also collapsed, White said.

More than 16 members of technical rescue teams from the Minneapolis and St. Paul fire departments used shovels, air bags and riggings to free the man. White said heavier hydraulic equipment could not be used because backfill could lead to another collapse.

"It had to be done by hand," White said.

Paramedics and doctors were with the victim during the rescue. There was concern that the man might lose his leg, but when he was rescued it appeared as if amputation won't be necessary, White said.

"This is a feather in a technical rescuer's hat," said White, who added that the man is expected to be fine.

Scores of onlookers watched as the operation played out, including those from a neighboring construction project.

This was the third time this summer that technical rescue teams have been called to an incident at a construction site in Minneapolis. One person was rescued from a construction-related accident at parking deck being demolished across from the Hennepin County courthouse in June. Another involved a worker who was hurt when scaffolding gave way at a different work site, White said.
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