This photo courtesy of Paul Leys shows a crane collapse in Lower Manhattan on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 in New York. (Paul Leys via AP)
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One person died and two others were seriously injured when a crane collapsed Friday morning in Lower Manhattan, smashing the roofs of parked cars, authorities said.Officials were working to determine why the crane fell.All 376 mobile cranes registered with the city, as well as all 43 of the larger tower cranes, were ordered put in secure positions.City building inspectors had been at the site only Thursday because the boom was being extended so it could reach farther onto the roof, de Blasio said.
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