A divided Manhattan appeals court has ruled that insurers are not required to cover the collapse of a massive crane in the squalls of Hurricane Sandy.

Parsing the meaning of what covered “temporary works” within a $700 million builders risk policy, the Appellate Division, First Department, said the 750-foot custom-designed crane was “integral, not ‘incidental’” to a 74-story luxury tower in midtown Manhattan.

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