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smacky 4 years ago
When you unload a 40ton crane at an angle of 45°...you just know it's going to happen.
AL7AIR 4 years ago
And the guy at the controls, didn't think it was a good idea to set it back down when he lifted it at that angle, because?
Abreujr 4 years ago
Now you need to find an even bigger crane to remove those two wasted!
sux2bu 4 years ago
One dumb mistake equals one very LARGE repair bill.
The crane operator should have set the load back down after seeing it was not being lifted level and corrected the situation. That accident can be blamed on the crane operator and his lack of experience.
mmmendal 4 years ago
I have seen so many of these videos by now that this is exactly what I expect every time I see these things.
deenajs 4 years ago
The load was laying against the wire!
armageddon 4 years ago
The crash was way too predictable. There is no way that support like this is going to be successful
madmagpie 4 years ago
So that's how Optimus Prime died?!
AL7AIR 4 years ago
And that's probably one of the few moments where an "Oh Snap!" comment is literally and figuratively appropriate.
primate1970 4 years ago
It'll Buff out...
NotFirst 4 years ago
I'm calling that one a brain fail
Gringo_el_Diablo 4 years ago
That dude standing there would be ALOT more pissed if it fell the other way!
peacinu 4 years ago
Hm, no new video...again.
4 years ago
400 x 293 px
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