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Jury awards $22M to iron worker who fell from Bridge

An iron worker who was horribly injured when he fell 13 feet while working on the Henry Hudson Bridge was awarded $22 million by a Bronx jury after a 10-year battle with the MTA, The Post has learned.

Dad of three Luis Colon was 28 in June 2008 when he seriously hurt his back and neck in the fall from a makeshift platform, where he’d been tightening bolts on the bridge.

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