SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A contractor has been fined nearly $200,000 for violations discovered after two workers were injured in a mishap on Portland’s Ross Island Bridge.

Oregon OSHA announced the penalty Monday, following an investigation that found nine safety violations.

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One of the men fell 37 feet from scaffolding while painting the bridge Feb. 8. He landed on a co-worker, and both suffered multiple injuries.

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OSHA says the employee who fell was not protected by a fall-protection system. Moreover, the contractor — Minnesota-based Abhe & Svoboda — failed to provide proper access to work areas or install a scaffolding system that met bracing requirements.

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