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Late Morning Construction Accident in Ridgewood leaves Several Injured

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Ridgewood NJ, a late morning construction accident at a home under total renovation on Pomander Walk resulted in two (2) non-life threatening injuries. Both victims were transported to The Valley Hospital by a Ridgewood Fire/EMS ambulance. Construction code officials and the Village Engineer were called to the scene to perform an inspection. An interior structural collapse was said to have caused the injuries. Permits for the work being performed were recorded on the Village’s SDL Permit & Inspection Portal. Ridgewood Police patrol officers and a patrol supervisor also responded to the incident.

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8 thoughts on “Late Morning Construction Accident in Ridgewood leaves Several Injured

  1. Stop gutting or razing our lovely old houses. If you don’t like it, buy a different one.

    The town is getting Botoxed to death.

    1. Every home needs to be renovated eventually. Why so cranky?

  2. It’s all “no tiene verguenza” until you want cheap work.

  3. Blueprints need to be in Spanish.

  4. I see so many homes being gutted .
    Rather than demolish it they do so for taxes so its a ‘renovation’ vs new construction.
    There was one house a few years back on Hillcrest that only had a chimney and a flimsey wall standing as a mcmansion was constructed… interestingly that portion eventually disappeared from view

  5. who was the contractor?

  6. Another coverup, surprised at all?

  7. By the way inspections in this town have become a joke.

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