Re: RE: [World] two high rise incidents in Denver
Thu, 1 Dec 2005 13:54:40 -0500
CNN has video that is very, well, graphic. It looked like it was pretty
brutal there, but thankfully, everything worked out.
Richard Berry Enterprises
> From: "Michael Thomas" <addressis@removed>
> Date: 2005/12/01 Thu PM 12:45:18 EST
> To: addressis@removed
> Subject: RE: [World] two high rise incidents in Denver
> The scaffolding blowing at the Denver center was on the 12th story, the
> company did the right thing; when the winds picked up he called all his
> crews back to the shop- they had been cleaning on the 8th floor and were
> headed up to call it a day- just bad luck.
> Michael Thomas
> Professional Services
> >From: "Gary Mauer" <addressis@removed>
> >Reply-To: addressis@removed
> >To: <addressis@removed>
> >Subject: [World] two high rise incidents in Denver
> >Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2005 11:11:49 -0600
> >There have been two high rise incidents involving high winds
> >in Denver this week. Workers were hurt on both occasions.
> >One apparently occurred on the roof while scaffolding was
> >being set up on Tuesday.
> >The other occurred on the side of another building the next
> >day, when a scaffold was blowing as much as 40 feet away
> >from the building and breaking windows.
> >Gary Mauer
> >Since 1996 - the Window Cleaning Network
> >Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, USA
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