Miami Beach Demolition Gone Bad
A seemingly routine demolition project in Miami Beach turned into tragedy when a construction worker was struck by a large chunk of debris while fleeing for cover as the building unexpectedly crumbled to the ground. The Marlborough House Condominium, which until this morning stood at the 5700 Block of Collins Avenue, was scheduled to be demolished; but exactly how remains a mystery. The thirteen-floor building did indeed go down, but not the way the demolition firm had planned. Apparently, it crumbled the wrong way, with the dust and debris violently spewing out into all directions; across the adjacent streets and even onto the beach, where dozens of pedestrians and vacationers were struck with panic by the thundering sounds of crashing rock and clouds of white debris. It is uncertain if other workers, bystanders, or commuters suffered personal injury or if there was property damage to local businesses or homes.
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