Three Workers Injured After Reported Floor Collapse In South Boston

Photo: Courtesy of Boston Emergency Medical Services.

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — [Coverage Developing] Emergency crews responded to a call that came in at 1:43 p.m. on Wednesday concerning a reported floor collapse at 776 Summer Street.

Boston Emergency Medical Services and the City of Boston told WBZ NewsRadio that three individuals have been transported for medical care. According to WBZ-TV, a surgeon was called to the scene and officials say a man's leg had to be amputated after he was trapped under a large piece of debris for more than three hours.

There have been no fatalities reported at the time of posting.

According to the Boston Planning & Development Agency, the site is of the former Edison Power Plant, where officials intend to develop the fifteen acre plot of land with a mix of uses for housing, transportation, public realm improvements, cultural facilities, and place making.

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