Widow Of Man Killed In Tribeca Crane Collapse Suing City For $600 MillionThe widow of a man killed in a crane collapse in Lower Manhattan in February is filing a lawsuit against the city for $600 million.
Widow Emotional At Funeral For Crane Collapse VictimThe funeral for Wichs was held at the Congregation Kehilath Jerhurun on East 85th Street Sunday morning.
De Blasio Announces Safety Improvement Plan After Deadly Crane CollapseThe collapse happened just before 8:30 a.m. Friday on Worth Street near Church Street.
Investigators Searching For Answers In Deadly Crane CollapseThe crane crushed more than a dozen cars on Worth Street and trapped one driver.
Department Of Buildings, NYPD Launch Probe Into Crane CollapseAs the cleanup continued Friday night for a crane collapse that left a man dead and three others injured in Tribeca, the focus was shifting to the investigation and trying to prevent a similar tragedy in the future.
Crane Collapse In Tribeca Leaves 1 Dead, 3 InjuredOne person was killed and three others were hurt after a crane collapsed in Tribeca Friday morning, officials said.
FDNY Chaplain Comes To The Aid Of Bride Left Out In The Cold By Tribeca Crane CollapseThe perfect wedding day was just not happening for Nesh Pillay. While getting her hair done in a salon, a giant crane came crashing down just around the corner.
NYPD Sergeants' Union Members Rush In After Crane CollapseIn times of trouble and chaos, there are always brave souls who run into the action rather than away.
VIDEOS: Deadly Crane Collapse In TribecaThe crane landed on several parked cars, crushing their roofs.
Deadly Tribeca Crane Collapse Impacts Traffic & TransitTraffic and transit is being impacted after a crane collapsed in Lower Manhattan, killing one person and injuring at least three others.
$48 Million In Punitive Damages For Victims' Families In 2008 Crane CollapseA jury in Manhattan decided Monday that the families of two men killed in a 2008 construction crane collapse should get $48 million in punitive damages from the crane's owner and his companies.
Jury Awards $47.8 Million To Families Of 2 Killed In Crane CollapseLomma and his companies will now have to pay $32 million to the family of Ramadan Kurtaj and $15.8 million to the family of Donald Leo.

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