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Ospreys prepare to mate at their nest. (Matt Edmonds/Wikimedia Commons)

Phil Matier: Port Of SF Workers Destroy Rare Birds’ Nest At America’s Cup Site

Federal fish and wildlife authorities are trying to figure out whether Port of San Francisco workers violated federal law when they destroyed a birds’ nest on a crane near Pier 80, where Oracle’s America’s Cup yacht-racing team has set up shop.

04/03/2013

Damage left after a crane toppled over beneath the Bay Bridge (CBS)

Crane Collapse Won’t Delay New Bay Bridge Opening

An investigation into an accident that toppled a crane working on the Bay Bridge Thursday is expected to take around a month but shouldn’t delay construction or the new bridge’s opening, officials said Friday.

02/23/2013

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Big Rig Carrying Crane Hits I-80 Over Crossing In San Pablo

All lanes have reopened Wednesday afternoon on westbound Interstate 80; eight hours after a big-rig carrying a crane nicked a pedestrian overcrossing in San Pablo, according to the California Highway Patrol.

08/15/2012

A large forklift crane fell down at the intersection of Ellis and Leavenworth streets. (CBS)

Crane Falls, Damages Cars In San Francisco’s Tenderloin

An intersection in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood remained closed late Friday morning after a crane fell down earlier Friday, a police spokesman said.

08/03/2012

Scene of a crane collapse at the Scandia amusement park in Sacramento on August 30, 2011. (CBS)

Crane Collapses At Sacramento Amusement Park, 2 Hurt

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health is investigating after two workers were injured when a crane set up to perform maintenance on a ride at a fun park near Sacramento collapsed along with part of the ride.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–08/30/2011

A cherry picker teeters on a collapsed sidewalk at Grant Ave. and Kearny St. in San Francisco, March 1, 2011. (CBS)

Cherry Picker Caves Into San Francisco Sidewalk

A cherry picker caved into a small sinkhole on Sutter Street overnight, shutting down the street between Grant Avenue and Kearny Street, a police spokesman said.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–03/01/2011

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