L’Ambiance Plaza memorial honors 28 who died

Roughly 100 people joined city and state officials to remember the 28 workers killed in the L’Ambiance Plaza Collapse more than three decades ago. L’Ambiance Plaza was a $17.5 million, 16-story luxury apartment complex under construction on Washington Avenue in 1987. The incident is regarded as one of the worst construction accidents in the U.S. in modern times and the worst in Connecticut’s history. While April 23 marks the tragedy in the Park City, it also represented a call to action of area residents and business owners to support union workers, officials said.


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