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New Orleans demolishes two cranes at collapsed hotel site

SBS Monday, 21 October 2019
New Orleans demolition crews used a series of controlled explosions to take down two construction cranes damaged at the site of the partially collapsed Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans where three workers were killed last week.
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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 00:54

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.

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