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1 of 2 cranes left hanging after demolition in New Orleans

Japan Today Sunday, 20 October 2019
Officials set off thundering explosions Sunday to topple two cranes looming precariously over a partially collapsed hotel in New Orleans, but most of one crane appeared to be…
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News video: Hard Rock Hotel demolition sees two cranes collapse in New Orleans

Hard Rock Hotel demolition sees two cranes collapse in New Orleans 00:55

Two cranes tumble down during a demolition implosion at the Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans on Sunday (October 20) after strategically placed explosives detonated just after 2:30 pm local time. Three people died and at least 20 were injured during the Hard Rock Hotel collapse on October 12. The...

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