Thursday 9 a.m. at a construction site in the North Riverdale section of the Bronx, dozens of firefighters were in a rescue mission to save a man trapped in a trench.
Almost 100 firefighters with EMS crews worked together for nearly two hours to rescue a man trapped in a trench. The trench partially collapsed along Mosholu Avenue and 256th Street in the Bronx.
The man was working to clear a waste pipe when the trench fell down. However, things did not go as expected.
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SkyFox camera was over the scene at that time and shoot the rescue moments.
After two hours of nonstop attempts, they pulled the man from the 10-foot deep hole. Then, the firefighters took the man to the hospital on a backboard to evaluate the injuries.
Fortunately, nobody else was injured in the location, not even the workers.
“It took quite a bit of time in a tight space. One of the hardest things was just being patient and working and having our firefighters work in the trench and be patient and have it be slow but a safe operation,” FDNY Deputy Chief Michael Brown said.
We hope in the future to see robots that can take the human place in the unsafe work sits.