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Re: Project Management at its best.

Is there a death toll to go with these pics? That crane is upside down where some people were standing at one point.
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damn, you can see the gas just pour out of the trucks tanks
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Why the F didnt the first crane have outriggers if it had such a long boom
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Why the F didnt the first crane have outriggers if it had such a long boom
It does. You can see it in that one pic. Guess it wasn't "out" enough though.
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Holy shite! That is absolutely amazing! I hope no lives were lost during that fiasco.
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It does. You can see it in that one pic. Guess it wasn't "out" enough though.
I'm not seeing it. The body of the crane shold never list like that, the outriggers should pretty much have the whole thing in the air.
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I'm not seeing it. The body of the crane shold never list like that, the outriggers should pretty much have the whole thing in the air.
Hmm. I guess it isn't. It looks like it in the second picture, but maybe it's not.
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I'm not seeing it. The body of the crane shold never list like that, the outriggers should pretty much have the whole thing in the air.
second pic almost looks as though there is an outrigger right on the edge of the concrete...
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second pic almost looks as though there is an outrigger right on the edge of the concrete...
Looks like the handrail of the wharf ladder to me. You can see it in pic 3 too.

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Looks like the handrail of the wharf ladder to me. You can see it in pic 3 too.
I saw that too, and didn't think it had anything to do with an outrigger on the vehicle. Not sure what it is, but not an outrigger...
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Re: Project Management at its best.

I've seen a longer sequence and from that it looks the retaining wall collapses....and over she goes.

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