CLEVELAND - Four construction workers were injured after a storm hit Thursday night. They were stuck on a scaffolding platform at a federal building in downtown Cleveland.
According to the Cleveland Fire Department, the workers were on the platform at the tenth floor of the Anthony J. Celebrezze Federal Building on East Ninth and Lakeside Avenue.
The platform started swaying with the high winds and crashed scaffolding on the second floor.
The fire department said firefighters rushed to the tenth floor and broke the windows to get to the men to safety.
All four men were taken to the hospital. Cleveland EMS workers said all the men were in stable condition when they were transported.
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