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These Men Were Buried Alive In Horrific Trench Collapse | Critical Rescue S1 EP4 | Wonder

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On the morning of March 30, 1998, Paul Vevesco and Larry Knapp arrive at a construction site in Margot Florida to lay pipe. At exactly 9:30, the workers freeze as they hear an ominous rumbling. Seconds later, the north wall of the trench collapses around them. Vevesco and Knapp are buried to their necks in concrete rubble. Terrified and in pain, the two men silently await death as the trench slowly fills with water.

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Date: May 19, 2020

25 thoughts on “These Men Were Buried Alive In Horrific Trench Collapse | Critical Rescue S1 EP4 | Wonder

  1. The contractor was unprofessional I suppose he is charged for negligence. How could he allow his men to dig such deep trench without reinforcing these Sandy walls?

  2. There is a digging machine right there behind them… Put a heavy cable on the bucket and attach the other end of the cable to the slab and lift the slab up long enough to free the guy. Construction 101.

  3. This operation got fined into oblivion.

    Not a SINGLE thing was done safely or correctly.

    I hate the fines too, but every violation exists because someone died.

    The fact that these workers didn't speak English makes me think this operation was MAD shady and the foreman should be in jail for negligence and manslaughter.

    I bet he is in prison.

  4. Kinda long winded, jesus. "Let's review what we just said, his wife was worried and there was a big rock crushing him."

    This should've been 30 min.

    Good on the responders, glad 3 made it.

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