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When it comes to construction, demolition is often the most dangerous part

Erecting the tons of steel and concrete and glass that go into new buildings all over Boston is rife with difficulty. Taking it all down can be even more dangerous.

Two serious demolition accidents in Boston in recent weeks have left one man dead and three others injured — one recovering after being trapped amid rubble for hours. The incidents highlight the hazards that come with tearing down buildings in particular, which experts say is often more difficult than new construction because of the myriad hazards involved in the trade.

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Erecting the tons of steel and concrete and glass that go into new buildings all over Boston is rife with difficulty. Taking it all down can be even more dangerous.

Two serious demolition accidents in Boston in recent weeks have left one man dead and three others injured — one recovering after being trapped amid rubble for hours. The incidents highlight the hazards that come with tearing down buildings in particular, which experts say is often more difficult than new construction because of the myriad hazards involved in the trade.

Read the full story.

Erecting the tons of steel and concrete and glass that go into new buildings all over Boston is rife with difficulty. Taking it all down can be even more dangerous.

Two serious demolition accidents in Boston in recent weeks have left one man dead and three others injured — one recovering after being trapped amid rubble for hours. The incidents highlight the hazards that come with tearing down buildings in particular, which experts say is often more difficult than new construction because of the myriad hazards involved in the trade.

Read the full story.

Erecting the tons of steel and concrete and glass that go into new buildings all over Boston is rife with difficulty. Taking it all down can be even more dangerous.

Two serious demolition accidents in Boston in recent weeks have left one man dead and three others injured — one recovering after being trapped amid rubble for hours. The incidents highlight the hazards that come with tearing down buildings in particular, which experts say is often more difficult than new construction because of the myriad hazards involved in the trade.

Read the full story.