sometimes things go not according to plan.
It had probably once true in the u.s. city of Dallas, as a high building should be demolished by blasting.
the Action sequences, however, far from flawless, and this despite the fact that the man had used about 136 kilos of dynamite to blow up the building in the air.
According to the head of the company behind the demolition, Steve Pettigrew, there was a case of bad timing, and why it went wrong, writes NBC News.
It was otherwise meant, that all the concrete around the building to rupture, so only the inner part was back.
It came to pass, therefore does not - instead it is one of the building's towers back and leaning a bit.
for The same reason, the building will be in Dallas now compared to The Leaning Tower of Pisa, as most might already be familiar with. The tower has therefore been nicknamed 'The Leaning Tower in Dallas' by several, including NBC News.
A scheduled implosion to a downtown building didn't go quite as planned. Now, Dallas has its own Leaning Tower of Pisa. pic.twitter.com/W8fTtT2AmF— Joel Austin (@RunDaJoels) February 17, 2020
According to the local media The Dallas Morning News was the demolition of the building part of a larger development project by the name of 'The Central.' Here, there is planned a large area of 27 hectares, where, among other things, must be a big office building, a hotel and several dining options.
the Project will reportedly cost up to 2.5 billion dollars.
A spokesman from the company behind the demolition tells supposedly according to NBC News, that the backward tower at a time will be torn down again.
Until then you can enjoy the sight of 'The Leaning Tower' in Dallas, if you are on these shores for the time being.
You can see it failed nedrivningsforsøg at the top.
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Also, at home it goes sometimes wrong:
Silosprængning in Vordingborg goes wrong. Video: Per Rasmussen
at ensted Power station in Aabenraa, burst in the air. Video: Local Eyes