Worker falls, and work stalled at God’s Love We Deliver site

A man who fell at the God's Love We Deliver project site, at Spring St. and Sixth Ave., last Thursday is loaded into an ambulance. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital. The next day a partial stop-work order was issued for the work site.  Photo by Harry Pincus

A man who fell at the God’s Love We Deliver project site, at Spring St. and Sixth Ave., last Thursday is loaded into an ambulance. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital. The next day a partial stop-work order was issued for the work site. Photo by Harry Pincus

 

BY LINCOLN ANDERSON  |  On Thurs., Dec. 26, a Fire Department Emergency Medical Service ambulance responded to 166 Avenue of the Americas, at Spring St., the God’s Love We Deliver headquarters building, after it was reported that a person had fallen at the scene, where the G.L.W.D. building is being expanded vertically. A Fire Department spokesperson said that one person was transported to Bellevue Hospital.

Harry Pincus, a neighbor who lives across the street, reported on Dec. 26, “At about 1 p.m. this afternoon, there was an accident at the God’s Love We Deliver site, and a worker was removed on a stretcher. I don’t know if there is a stop-work order, but there ought to be. The Spring St. subway entrance is completely exposed to heavy demolition work on the roof of God’s Love We Deliver, which includes jackhammering of brick walls.”

In fact — in response to a complaint received on Dec. 27 — a partial stop-work order for the address is listed on the Department of Buildings Web site, with the description: “SECTION OF S/W SHED IS MISSING RIGHT ABOVE SUBWAY ENTRANCE. WORK DOES NOT CONFORM TO APPROVED PLANS.”

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