Workers Rescued From Scaffold on 17th Floor in Lower Manhattan


Two workers have been rescued from a scaffold that dangled about 17 stories above street level in New York City.

The Fire Department of New York says the men became trapped on the slanting scaffold between the 16th and 17th floor at around 9:50 a.m. Tuesday in lower Manhattan.

One rescuer rappelled on the side of the building with a rope.

The workers made it safely into the building through a broken window about 40 minutes later.

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