Construction worker injured during demolition at downtown OKC building

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OKLAHOMA CITY —
A construction worker is injured during demolition Wednesday at a downtown Oklahoma City building.
According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, emergency crews responded to the incident at a building at 120 North Robinson Avenue.
Officials said a worker was on the seventh floor when a portion of the ceiling fell on him. He was conscious and alert when firefighters arrived. The man appeared to have a shoulder and possible rib injury, officials said. He was taken to the hospital to be treated.

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