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DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — The high rise office building set for implosion in Uptown Dallas Sunday morning refused to come down.
Part of the 11-story tower is still standing at a slight angle at the corner North Central Expressway and Haskell Avenue, despite multiple efforts to knock it over.
The article goes on to state the following:
“The leaning tower of Dallas, there you go,” said D.W. Lewis, who drove by to see the unique sight.
A crowd of people had gathered to watch the building be taken down at 7:45 am Sunday morning.
CBS News quoted one observer: “You could see the building fall down and then that tower there just kind of stopped,” said Ed McAndrew, who came out to watch the implosion. “Everybody went, ‘Oh no,’ And there it is. It’s still sitting there. Amazing.”
A spokesperson for the demolition company said they will finish it off with a crane and a wrecking ball in the coming week.
— Mark Johnson (@markjohnson319) February 16, 2020
Fox4 journalist Steven Dial shared a picture of the stubborn building that refused to come down, tweeting, “When you get an “incomplete” on your homework.”
When you get an “incomplete” on your homework. pic.twitter.com/qkq7IEl5eF
— Steven Dial (@StevenDialFox4) February 16, 2020
— CBSDFW (@CBSDFW) February 17, 2020
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