8-week Process Begins to Remove Crane From Dallas Apartments Where Woman Died

Contractors will begin working this week to remove a crane that collapsed into a Dallas apartment building nearly two months ago, killing one and injuring five.The owners of Elan City Lights, said Wednesday that clearing the wreckage from the deadly accident during a June 9 windstorm would take two months at least."Over the next few weeks several pieces of heavy equipment, including two mobile cranes, will arrive on site," Greystar Development & Construction said in a news release. "All of this equipment is necessary to lift the crane and debris out of the building.  Continue reading...

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