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Two Injured in Texas A&M Collapse Released From Hospital

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    Four workers were injured when the equine center being built on the Texas A&M campus collapsed.

    Two people injured in the collapse of a barn frame under construction at Texas A&M University have been released from the hospital.

    St. Joseph Regional Health Center spokesman Tim Ottinger said Sunday afternoon that one person, a 35-year-old, remains in critical condition after Saturday's incident. Two 22-year-olds who were hurt have been released.

    Four workers were hurt after the barn frame crash at an $80 million equestrian complex under construction.

    Twisted metal beams could be seen at the site. Ground on the project was broken last fall.