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Video – Demolition TV – Episode #6

If you love diggers, you’re going to love this!

It’s an equipment-heavy episode of Demolition TV this time around, with equipment from the likes of Volvo, Komatsu and LiuGong taking centre stage along with contractors such as Keltbray, Mick George Ltd and Ryan Demolition Services.

So pour yourself a coffee, sit back, and watch some of the industry’s hottest new equipment in action:

Breaking News – Man killed in Memphis accident…

One killed, one injured in industrial accident.

Police say a worker has been killed and another has been injured in an industrial accident at the Cargill plant in Memphis.

Memphis police spokesman Louis Brownlee says a wall collapsed during demolition at the plant at around 10:45 a.m. Wednesday. Brownlee says the injured worker was taken to a hospital in non-critical condition. The names of the workers have not been released.

Brownlee says there have been no gas or chemical leaks that would present a danger to the community.

In an emailed statement, company spokeswoman Kelly Sheehan says the workers were contractors. Sheehan says the company is “deeply saddened” about the worker’s death and it is working with authorities as they investigate.

Video – Au revoir du drone…

Drone captures French demolition in progress.

Our schoolboy French – which, as we have mentioned previously, begins and ends at an Eddie Izzard sketch – cannot fathom precisely where this film was shot.

But don’t let that stop you watching another great drone video.

Quartier des Alouettes – démolition du bâtiment L – 21 octobre 2016 from Mairie de Carrières-sur-Seine on Vimeo.

Video – Tuttle boiler toppled…

Texan power plant tripped.

The US’ move towards cleaner energy production has been manna from heaven for those in the demolition fraternity.

Case in point the Tuttle Boiler, part of an older series of power plants being demolished to make way for cleaner energy-producing plants in San Antonio, Texas.

Tuttle Boiler demolition from Michel Fortier on Vimeo.

Video – View from above…

Drone captures eerily beautiful Kentish demolition.

Drones are fast becoming a vital weapon in the modern demolition professional’s marketing arsenal (just check out the latest episode of Demolition TV when it drops on Friday).

Adding to that argument is this new film featuring SJB Demolition (quite possibly for the first time in these pages).

Video – The Cleveland show…

Power plant took a century to build; will come down in months.

It is by size and location the most iconic structure on Cleveland’s east side and soon it will be no more, FirstEnergy’s Lake Shore Power Plant.

Crews are in the process of beginning demolition on the property that pre-dates the very Shoreway that brings thousand of travellers a day past its doors.

They’re ripping through the mountains of steel that once fed the coal to create the electricity that fueled the city.

The plant first opened in 1911 to meet the growing city’s growing need for electricity, expanding over the next century to occupy much of the 60-acre site off of East 72nd Street.

Load of balls…

Anglian Demolition strikes deal to reunite bowling balls with rightful owners.

Contractors clearing a fire-hit site in the centre of Great Yarmouth have unearthed 200 bowling balls from the rubble.

Now they are hoping to reunite them with their owners as work continues to breathe new life into the area.

Fire broke out in a building in Regent Road on August 4 and quickly took hold, destroying an indoor market and bowling alley.

Anglian Demolition and Asbestos Limited, who are responsible for the clearing of the site, are aiming to reunite the balls with their owners and are asking people to collect them at their head office.

Karl Endersby, demolition contracts assistant said: “The balls were all found safe inside lockers in the building’s changing rooms.

“Some of these people had been using the bowling alleys at the Superbowl for many years, even decades, and they lost clothing, shoes and equipment.

“But it would be good to reunite as many people as we can with their bowling balls as some sort of positive news.”

Read more here.

Video – Kuwait demolition accident…

Onlookers run for cover as tower block crumbles.

This is the first time that we have featured a demolition video from Kuwait. And, based upon its content, that will come as no surprise.

An uncontrolled tower block collapse sends onlookers – including children – scurrying as a dust cloud envelopes the street.

Video – Watch it come down, US-style…

Six-storey office block tripped in spectacular fashion.

UK demolition contractors will know that the catchphrase “watch it come down” relates to Kent-based Syd Bishop & Sons Ltd. But don’t be fooled.

While that phrase is very much in evidence in this video from Dadeland, Miami, this film has nothing whatsoever to do with Syd Bishop. This is, in fact, the handiwork of Florida-based AlliedBean Demolition.

And if you’re wondering who came up with the slogan first, I am reliably informed that Syd Bishop coined the term in the 1970s, before AlliedBean was even formed.

Video – Chill out…

Controlled drop levels part of New York’s Freezer Queen.

Here at DemolitionNews, we’re big fans of slow and steady forms of demolition. But there’s no denying that a big controlled drop makes for great viewing.

And that’s precisely what the team at Total Wrecking and Environmental have provided with their latest work on the Freezer Queen facility at Buffalo, New York.

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