DENVER - Four workers were seriously injured in Denver Thursday when a building under construction partially collapsed as concrete was being poured on the roof.
Workers were pouring concrete into steel forms on the roof of the 14-story structure when a form shifted, The Denver Post reported.
All 13 workers who were on site at the time were accounted for and taken to area hospitals, the newspaper said.
Dan Mulroney, chief of operations for South Metro Fire, said four of the workers had serious injuries.
Palese said inspectors have determined the building is stable, but further work has been suspended.
The $140 million building -- expected to open in 2008 -- will have 135 high-end condominiums and 180,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space.
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