“At the time, you know, the building was in various states of deconstruction. So, you know, on certain floors, there was, you know, a steel girder that you could walk around on the perimeter of the floor, but, you know, you could look straight down to the very basement, right? And sometimes, those girders were missing a plate, so you had to be very mindful of where you put your feet.”
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