Feb 3rd, 2010
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|Are you looking for a way to slow down or stop your construction project? Here’s 20 pictures of some crane accidents that I’m sure not only slowed down these projects, but added quite a bit to the cost of those projects at the same time. Poor set-up accounts for over 60 percent of all crane tip-overs. To the best of our knowledge, these images are real, they are not doctored or photoshopped in any way.|
|2.||Fortunately nobody was injured which is amazing because the boom of the crane extends right out into the middle of a busy intersection. The crane has 70 tonne lifting capacity so it is very large. The rescue operation used 3 different cranes to remove it and took all day.|
|3.||An aerial view of the fatal crane accident in downtown Bellevue.|
|9.||Dallas, Texas, two workers were injured in a construction accident when a crane lowering a 9-ton pipe toppled over. The weight of the crane caused the cab of the machine to lift off the ground, leaning over the side of a building at a 45-degree angle. The pipe fell and landed on two work vehicles, while the actual crane landed on the roof.|
|10.||Crane tipped over by the Silver Creek complex in Montana. No injuries were reported.|
|16.||One of the nation’s largest mobile cranes collapsed at a Houston oil refinery, killing four workers and injuring seven others in the latest of several fatal accidents that have raised concerns about the safety of construction cranes.|
|18.||Officials inspect a construction crane that partially collapsed through the deck of a bridge over M-14 on Gotfredson Road in Salem Township on Thursday afternoon. Debris fell onto M-14, but there were no reported injuries.|
|20.||The Netherlands got hit by the strongest storm in over four years, going with sustained wind speeds of up to 100 kph (62 mph) and gusts of up to 130 kph (75 mph). In Utrecht a construction crane fell on top of a university building, injuring at least six people.|
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