Tipped Boom Truck Damages Two Buildings

March 18, 2024
No injuries reported.

A boom truck placing roofing materials on top of a condominium building tipped over, damaging the roof of two of the buildings. Four units were damaged, according to news reports, and one person inside one of the units was unhurt. The operator was also unhurt.

CBS News Boston video showed the damage done by the crane.

Firefighters were able to right the truck using two cranes.

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