4 Responses to “Woman Rescued After Fall From Ocean Blvd. Construction Scaffold”
September 7th, 2012
She'll no doubt try to sue everyone for her own stupidity.
September 9th, 2012
Maybe if this project hadn't been drug out for what? Going on 3 YEARS now, then the job would have been completed and the woman wouldn't have entered the property. Something needs to be done about these jobs in CDM that drag out for years, often as the result of very little activity. These unnecessarily extended construction projects are an inconvenience to neighbors and harm property values until completed. There should be a 1 year maximum time limit on construction.
September 10th, 2012
Jamie, maybe you should understand that the City and the coastal commission make it almost impossible to build these houses because of so much red tape and adding of complexity and monitoring to the construction process and that is why it takes years to build them. To blame the slow construction on why this woman illegally entered a job site and fell instead of on her own stupidity is not realistic.
October 6th, 2012
This article is ridiculously judgmental, and I'd like to know where you got your sources. Please check your sources for credibility before you make petty accusations about the woman "possibly drinking alcohol" (which quite frankly is not relevant to the story and incredibly inaccurate). Also, to the readers who are almost as equally and blindly judgmental, maybe your time would be better spent doing more productive things rather than making rude comments on a story about a woman getting tragically hurt from a fall (which is more important than the fact that it happened to be from a house under construction). Thanks for your time. Hopefully when you, or someone you know, gets hurt by your/their "own stupidity" other readers won't be as judgmental when they don't know the whole story.