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Date PostedJune 28, 2017

Crane Topples at Perth Site

A massive crane weighing 130 tonnes has collapsed at a construction site in Wembley, thankfully there were no injuries.

The crane was operating at the site at the corner of Pangbourne and Ruislip streets when it toppled, just before 10:00am. The crane hit a water main and went through new roof construction.

The construction director said that there were no injuries and damage caused was minimal. He also said the company would be cooperating with WorkSafe in their investigations as well as conducting their own.


Source: http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/130tonne-crane-topples-at-perth-construction-site/news-story/7adff7e358946c3f80995508d4c46377

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