A 116-meter-high (380 feet), 32-story, 50,000-ton university tower built in 1972 was razed to the ground in a matter of seconds yesterday in Frankfurt, Germany.
It's the tallest-ever building in Europe to be demolished by a blast. They used 950 kilograms of explosives that they inserted into 1,500 strategically placed drilled holes.
If you're lucky enough to avoid crazy road rage incidents and deadly car crashes, Mother Russia has plenty of other ways to mess with your life
This why it’s important not to believe everything you see on the news, ‘cause once you get the full video, the story is quite different…
Despite what’s written on the dashcam video, the crash happened on Monday. All seven crew members aboard the aircraft perished in the crash.
A fertilizer plant north of Waco Texas exploded yesterday evening as firefighters were battling a fire.
The blast shook houses 50 miles away and measured as a 2.1-magnitude seismic event, according to the United States Geological Survey.
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Some new German-made oven exploded in a Russian plant resulting in an explosion of molten metal everywhere in the room. It’s sadly spectacular…
A tree fell on a high tension power line during a storm in NY resulting in a huge explosion.
This kid had more luck
One driver’s dashcam caught an accident that occurred at an electric plant in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. I can’t imagine what these drivers thought was happening…
I heard you like explosions, so here is a video of a mountain blowing up...
These photos capture incredible moments of a 17-storey concrete building being blown to pieces in Scotland. Glencairn Tower block that opened in 1964 needed about 55kg of explosives to be reduced to 12,000 tons of rubble. Inside this post, you can watch spectacular video of the building crashing to the ground.