March 15 in New York History
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Saturday, March 15, 1980 — 39 years ago
Saturday, March 15, 2008 — 11 years ago
A crane collapse kills seven at 303 East 51st Street. The crane was being lifted higher on the building when its attachment point broke loose, causing the crane to topple. Investigators suspected a $50 nylon strap may have begun the deadly chain of events.
Friday, March 15, 2019
The eastern half of Hudson Yards opens to the public, including the 'Vessel' sculpture. At a grand opening ceremony featuring Anderson Cooper and Sesame Street's Big Bird, Hudson Yards opens the mall and restaurant areas and the public gets their first chance to visit the plaza and the 'Vessel' sculpture, a 150-foot structure made of interconnecting stairways.
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