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Forty tons of metal beams at the Ground Zero construction site fell 40 stories from a crane onto a flatbed truck Thursday morning, an accident that's expected to have a "negligible" delay on rebuilding the World Trade Center.
The Tishman Construction Corp. said a cable on the crane snapped at about 10 a.m. at the lower Manhattan site.
"The job is partially shut down pending the investigation,"...