A broken piece of collapsed scaffolding mast (right) that held a work platform that fell and killed three workers and seriously injured another at the Charter Square project in downtown Raleigh last March. A second, intact mast is at left. The elevator-like platforms climb up and down the individual masts.
A broken piece of collapsed scaffolding mast (right) that held a work platform that fell and killed three workers and seriously injured another at the Charter Square project in downtown Raleigh last March. A second, intact mast is at left. The elevator-like platforms climb up and down the individual masts. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
A broken piece of collapsed scaffolding mast (right) that held a work platform that fell and killed three workers and seriously injured another at the Charter Square project in downtown Raleigh last March. A second, intact mast is at left. The elevator-like platforms climb up and down the individual masts. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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