At least 9 injured after possible carbon monoxide leak in Manhattan

By Caroline Linton

/ CBS News

At least nine people were injured at a Manhattan construction site Tuesday after reports of a carbon monoxide leak, the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) said. Several workers were rescued from a confined space at the construction site, CBS New York reported.

Five workers sustained minor injuries, while four others were in serious condition, according to FDNY. None of the injuries were considered life-threatening.

#FDNY members continue to operate to remove workers from the scene of a construction site at 30 E. 29 St. in Manhattan. pic.twitter.com/fUFmpCDEQb

— FDNY (@FDNY) February 5, 2019

Officials said several workers were still trapped, and additional rescues were in progress.

This is a developing story. It will be updated.

First published on February 5, 2019

© 2019 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Man freed from prison after Trump signed criminal justice bill to attend State of the Union

Matthew Charles was sentenced to 35 years in prison in 1996 for selling crack cocaine

updated 3M ago

9 injured after possible carbon monoxide leak in Manhattan

Several workers were rescued from a confined space at the construction site, authorities told CBS New York

updated 9M ago

Northam's former classmates "fully believe" he is not in racist photo

The Virginia governor has been under fire after a racist photo was uncovered on his 1984 medical school yearbook page

updated 6M ago

Trump to deliver State of the Union address — live updates

The speech comes a week after its scheduled night due to the partial government shutdown

updated 20M ago

Dozens of federal workers will join Democrats at State of the Union

The speech also comes as some in the president's own party get bolder about opposing him

updated 10M ago

Northam's former classmates "fully believe" he is not in racist photo

The Virginia governor has been under fire after a racist photo was uncovered on his 1984 medical school yearbook page

updated 6M ago

Trump to deliver State of the Union address — live updates

The speech comes a week after its scheduled night due to the partial government shutdown

updated 20M ago

Dozens of federal workers will join Democrats at State of the Union

The speech also comes as some in the president's own party get bolder about opposing him

updated 10M ago

Howard Schultz calls billionaires "people of means"

The billionaire Starbucks CEO would rather not say "billionaire"

updated 46M ago

Harris bringing furloughed worker as guest to State of the Union

CBS News' Nancy Cordes interviewed Sen. Kamala Harris, a 2020 candidate, and her State of the Union guest

updated 56M ago

Dinosaur that used spiny back to defend itself found in Patagonia

The new species of dicraeosauridae, christened Bajadasaurus pronuspinax, was revealed in scientific journal Nature

3H ago

Liam Neeson says he's "not racist" after disturbing interview

Neeson, 66, joined ABC's "Good Morning America" to further explain his controversial comments

updated 4M ago

How Venezuela's crisis could harm an entire generation of children

Former U.S. ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy says the world has a stake in helping kids weather this political crisis

4H ago

Trump to tap David Malpass to lead World Bank

Malpass has been an outspoken skeptic of the 189-nation World Bank, a leading source of funding for economic development

5H ago

Pope says priests' abuse of nuns went as far as "sexual slavery"

Catholic leader admits sexual abuse of nuns by clergy members is still a problem but insists, "we are working on it"

3H ago

Oscars aim for "brisk" 3-hour show without a host

The Academy Awards will officially forgo an emcee after Kevin Hart pulled out amid controversy

updated 26M ago

Liam Neeson says he's "not racist" after disturbing interview

Neeson, 66, joined ABC's "Good Morning America" to further explain his controversial comments

updated 4M ago

Steven Tyler opens "Janie's House" to help abused girls

The house is named after "Janie's Got A Gun," which is about an abused girl getting revenge on her father

4H ago

Angie Thomas' new novel is for kids who see themselves in hip-hop

Angie Thomas’ debut novel, “The Hate U Give,” just celebrated its 100th week on the New York Times best-seller list

4H ago

Andy Cohen welcomes baby boy via surrogate

Cohen's first child was born in Los Angeles on Monday evening

10H ago

Snap reports record revenues, but struggles to add users

Struggling social media company gets a badly needed boost in growth, while its losses narrowed

1H ago

Dinosaur that used spiny back to defend itself found in Patagonia

The new species of dicraeosauridae, christened Bajadasaurus pronuspinax, was revealed in scientific journal Nature

3H ago

Facebook messenger rolls out unsend feature

After Facebook came under fire for letting Mark Zuckerberg alter message history, it gave all users an "unsend" option

2H ago

What happened when I asked Alexa and Google Assistant for my data

As smart home devices become increasingly popular, concerns about data collection aren't going away

1H ago

Crypto company out $137M after passwords die with owner

The founder's widow said "repeated and diligent searches" for a password have failed

20H ago

Study reveals top reason people use medical marijuana

More than 30 states now allow marijuana for dozens of health problems if a doctor approves

1H ago

7 steps for heart health may also help with diabetes

New research shows these lifestyle habits can significantly reduce the risk of both heart disease and diabetes

4H ago

Women's brains appear "years younger" than men's, study finds

New research offers clues as to why women tend to outlive men and stay mentally sharp longer

6H ago

Pot for pets? Cannabis products marketed for animals

Some animal lovers are giving the supplements a try, but experts caution they aren't necessarily a good fit for every pet

Feb 4

3rd poultry firm recalls chicken on fears of tainted goods

Pilgrim's Pride recall follows Tyson and Perdue moves to stop sales of food possibly tainted with extraneous material

Feb 4

Snap reports record revenues, but struggles to add users

Struggling social media company gets a badly needed boost in growth, while its losses narrowed

1H ago

How to avoid common financial mistakes

CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger provides practical advice that will help you become more financially savvy

4H ago

Sexual harassment rife in the legal profession

Many law firms remain an "old boys club," according to survey exploring job-seekers' work experiences

4H ago

Facebook messenger rolls out unsend feature

After Facebook came under fire for letting Mark Zuckerberg alter message history, it gave all users an "unsend" option

2H ago

Ban on foie gras in NYC restaurants proposed

Bill would have the Big Apple following California in outlawing delicacy that animal advocates say involves cruelty

7H ago

Sandusky to be re-sentenced for child molestation conviction

Jerry Sandusky​ lost a bid for a new trial Tuesday, but a Pennsylvania appeals court ordered him to be re-sentenced for a 45-count child molestation conviction

1H ago

Nurse accused of assaulting patient pleads not guilty

Nathan Sutherland is accused of raping a patient at Hacienda HealthCare

4H ago

Va. state trooper, drug suspect shot to death during home search

Authorities say suspect fired at officers who entered a home to look for drugs, killing trooper, and officers then shot suspect

12H ago

Lawsuit alleges "inhumane" conditions in cold Brooklyn jail

A lawsuit filed Monday says a weeklong power failure at a federal jail in New York City caused "inhumane conditions" for inmates

Feb 4

Judge lets church shooting victims sue gun retailer

Families of those killed in the 2017 massacre in Sutherland Springs argue Academy Sport & Outdoors is liable

Feb 4  Original Article