2 transported to hospital after scaffolding breaks at Four Seasons building in downtown Denver

DENVER -- Two men were transported to the hospital after escaping a scaffolding at the Four Seasons building in downtown Denver on Wednesday afternoon, the Denver Fire Department said.

The fire department said that the scaffolding became unsecured on the 24th floor of the building and broke through a window while the two men were on it. The workers were able to get off the scaffolding through the window.

Denver fire was able to secure the scaffolding after officials arrived.

The men were transported with minor injuries.

Arapahoe Street between 14th and 15th streets was closed while firefighters and police officers were on scene. It was reopened shortly before 2:30 p.m.

The Four Seasons tower rises 45 stories. It houses the Four Seasons Hotel as well as private residences.

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