A man working on a Lauderhill apartment building fell three stories and was taken to Broward General Medical Center in stable condition this morning. The man was working on the roof of the three-story building at 4441 NW 16th Street. The job site has been shut down pending an investigation from the Lauderhill Building Department and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, said Lieutenant Jeff Levy of Lauderhill Fire Rescue.
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