At least 12 construction workers were injured Friday morning as a result of a partial building collapse in Oakland.
According to ABC 7, the collapse occurred in the 3000 block of Broadway, trapping between 15 and 20 construction workers.
The incident occurred as crews were completing a cement pour from the second floor. Workers at the scene immediately put up a ladder and began placing pieces of plywood on the wet cement in an attempt to aid their trapped colleagues.
12 of the construction workers were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.
A spokes person for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration said a complaint-based inspection was conducted in March but was closed without any citations being issued. A follow-up investigation is underway.
The following information was provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA):