Last month, reports emerged about a strange workplace hazard at Apple’s sleek new headquarters in Cupertino. It seems that people keep walking head first into the glass walls at Apple Park.
Now the San Francisco Chronicle confirms the news via 911 calls on three separate incidents in early January. Some highlights:
- First call: “We had an individual who ran into a glass wall pane and they hit their head. They have a small cut on their head and they are bleeding, slightly disoriented.”
As Gizmodo explains, Apple wanted an innovative design to allow workers to move around quickly with few distractions, “which sounds great until they started bonking into invisible barriers.” (A job application Steve Jobs filled out in 1973 had some errors.)
This article originally appeared on Newser: 911 Calls Confirm Strange Workplace Hazard at Apple