A feminine ironworker was significantly injured whereas engaged on a Lengthy Island Rail Street mission on the Mineola station Saturday morning, the MTA stated.
The unidentified employee was a part of a crew constructing a pedestrian bridge on the station when a crane hit a excessive voltage energy line about 9:30 a.m. The contact “created an arc” to the bridge injuring the lady, who was a contract worker, in accordance with the MTA.
She was rushed to the hospital in vital situation, the company stated.
“We have now launched a full investigation into this incident and are reviewing all security protocols and procedures on website. All work on the mission has stopped pending the investigation,” stated MTA Building & Growth President Janno Lieber.
This was the second incident on the station since Monday when a crew turned trapped in a sign tower as a constructing subsequent to it was being demolished and partially collapsed, according to a Newsday report which stated nobody was injured.
The development is a part of a mission so as to add an extra monitor and make different enhancements between Floral Park and Hicksville.