The chalk outlines of more than 50 bodies were drawn on the Clinton Square concrete today to remember the people in Central and Northern New York who died in their places of work. WAER’s Chris Bolt reports the memorial was meant to remember the victims but also to demand better safety.
“I am an example of - I had an accident at my work place. I work at a restaurant. I had a fall. I broke this arm.”
Andres Mendoza says he experienced the kind of attitude that can lead to workplace injuries and even deaths.