Big oops.I hope property damage is the extent of it.
Seems to be EC. Nothing really affected on public land. Fortunately because of the big deciduous trees on the block, the development had to be set back to save the trees.
Awful, hope that nobody is hurt !
Gattina, seems not. The crane driver climbed down quickly. There were huge tanks of diesel fuel on top of the crane.
Oh gosh. I believe I saw that on the news! No one was hurt, thank goodness.
Margaret, it seems like it went around the world.
I think I might have even seen that on the news Andrew.. Goodness the things you see from your balcony!
Grace, you don't know half of what we see.
Didn't one recently collapse in New York, killing a pedestrian, crushing cars? Those things are scary!
Strayer, it did. Fortunately no-one here was injured. They are dangerous machines and I don't like being near them.
I saw that on the news!
Sandra, Melbourne's fifteen minutes of fame.
Oh! I wonder if that's the one I saw on the news last night. surely the same can't have happened elsewhere. I glanced up from eating to see it, but didn't catch which city.
Yes, it would be that one, just a kilometre down the road from us.
You got the birds of view of it. It made our news too. And as it has not been the first crane collapse in Melbourne you got double time on the news!
CM, I cannot remember another, but I am sure there have been.