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Crane demolition attempt failed at Hard Rock Hotel

1 month ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The crane demolition attempt at the collapsed Hard Rock Hotel failed at the collapsed Hard Rock Hotel on Sunday.
Two construction cranes have been dangling atop the hotel. Authorities tried to take the cranes down through explosives but the plan didn't materialize. The cranes were 250 feet tall from the building's damaged shell. Three workers were killed and over 20 people got hurt in when the upper portion of the building collapsed.
One of the cranes has broken apart and have come down in a cloud of dust while the second one teetered
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