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Video: Four Injured in North Carolina Roof Collapse

Two are in serious condition and two are in fair condition.


 
 

| Friday, April 1, 2011


SKYLAND, N.C. - Authorities say four workers were taken to the hospital after a roof collapsed at a construction site near Asheville.

A dispatcher with the Buncombe County Emergency Operations Center says the workers were building a Korean Methodist church in Skyland when the roof collapsed Friday morning. Dispatcher John Sparks says six people were injured, but two refused treatment.

The four people were taken to Mission Hospital in Asheville, where a spokeswoman says two are in serious condition and two are in fair condition.



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