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Demolition Tower falls wrong way


The demolition of the former Ohio Edison Mad River Power Plant's 275-foot smoke stack in Springfield, Ohio, went awry because the demolition crew failed to notice a crack in the structure. The collapsing tower knocked down a pair of high-voltage electrical power lines and smashed into a building housing generators. Luckily no one was injured.




































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3 comments:

  1. "went awry because the demolition crew failed to notice a crack in the structure"

    When was this crack discovered, after it was on the ground? Sounds like a good excuse to cover up a major screw up

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  2. Hahaha. Someone brought there bullshit detector to work.

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